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(Reuters) -The union of Colombian footballers called on authorities to halt all domestic matches because of political instability in the country on Thursday, just a month before the Copa America is due to kick off in Colombia and Argentina.
MADRID (Reuters) - A Madrid court has asked the European Court of Justice to establish if FIFA and UEFA, the world and continental soccer governing bodies, are breaching EU competition law by preventing clubs from creating a breakaway European Super League.
LONDON (Reuters) - The International Swimming League (ISL) said it remained committed to paying outstanding debts after announcing on Tuesday that season three will start in the Italian city of Naples in August.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - FIFA president Gianni Infantino says a new Women's Club World Cup is being planned as part of a plan to "revolutionise" the female game.
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MILAN (Reuters) -Italian clubs joining competitions which have not received authorisation by world and European governing bodies FIFA and UEFA will not be allowed to play in national competitions, the head of Italy's FIGC football federation said on Monday.
LONDON, England (Reuters) - The spectacular collapse of the proposed European Super League may feel like a victory for supporters who protested against the plans across the continent and outside English Premier League grounds but the top clubs are already plotting their next move.
MADRID (Reuters) - Real Madrid president Florentino Perez is adamant that the European Super League is necessary and blamed "lies" for the proposed new competition not being accepted by supporters.
LONDON (Reuters) - Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp defended his club owners as 'great people' and hit back at criticism from former Manchester United captain Gary Neville on Monday as tempers flared over a breakaway European Super League.
(Reuters) - Furious soccer fans condemned a "greedy power grab" by top European clubs who announced the formation of a breakaway Super League to rival the Champions League.