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(Reuters) - Manchester United striker Edinson Cavani has accepted the three-game ban handed to him by the Football Association (FA) for using a racial term and said that while he did not agree with the governing body's assessment of his comment, his heart was at peace.
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - The news that Lionel Messi wants to leave Barcelona may have shocked the football world but his fellow Argentines back his decision and they are excited by growing reports of a reunion with coach Pep Guardiola at Manchester City.
LONDONDERRY, Northern Ireland (Reuters) - As politicians from Britain and the European Union wrangled over the fate of the Irish border and post-Brexit customs arrangements, the fans of a League of Ireland football club are unlikely to have been uppermost in their thoughts.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Ranked 22nd in the world, Canada are not expected to go far at the World Cup but they have gone the extra mile in soaking up Japanese culture, with players donning yukata at every chance and trying their hands at traditional rice harvesting.
THE amateur game will take centre stage next month when the Selangor Amateur Open is played at Danau Golf Club in Bangi.
(Reuters) - Bolton Wanderers chairman Ken Anderson said on Wednesday that placing the club into administration looks to be unavoidable after British businessman Laurence Bassini's proposed takeover collapsed last week.
(Reuters) - Former Watford owner Laurence Bassini has agreed a deal to buy Bolton Wanderers subject to English Football League (EFL) approval, the English Championship (second-tier) club announced on Wednesday.
AUGUSTA Ga. (Reuters) - Augusta National patrons have proven for decades to be a different breed from fans at any other sporting event, providing a sort of golfing oasis for the world's best players each year during the Masters.
LONDON (Reuters) - Behind most millionaire soccer stars stands a successful soccer agent. Except when it comes to filling out a tax return.