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(Reuters) - Clubs in the English Premiership that are unable to field a team due to COVID-19 cases in their squad will be handed an automatic 20-0 defeat, Sale Sharks' director Steve Diamond has said.
FRANKFURT, Germany (Reuters) - Germany's first and second division football clubs on Tuesday said they were prepared to allow some fans back into stadiums next season if the country's political authorities gave the green light later this month.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Borussia Moenchengladbach's thousands of cardboard cutouts of fans that were installed late last season when Bundesliga sides were playing in empty stadiums due to the pandemic are now ready to leave the stands, the club said on Monday.
SYDNEY/LONDON (Reuters) - Nations in Asia imposed new restrictions on Monday, while an abrupt British quarantine on travellers from Spain threw Europe's summer reopening into disarray, as the world confronted the prospect of a second wave of COVID-19 infections.
(Reuters) - The current season has been the most difficult in Italian football history, Juventus coach Maurizio Sarri said on Saturday as he tried to explain the Serie A leaders' inconsistent form over the last month.
(Reuters) - Harlequins' Head of Rugby Paul Gustard says he has sought advice from Chelsea manager Frank Lampard about how to deal with playing in empty stadiums when the season resumes following the COVID-19 shutdown.
LAUSANNE (AFP):- Banning fans from the Tokyo Olympics is "clearly something we don't want", International Olympic Committee chief Thomas Bach said, adding that "multiple scenarios" were under consideration for the rescheduled Games.
LONDON (Reuters) - West Indies coach Phil Simmons says his side cannot afford the batting debacles that have often undermined their tours of England when the series starts behind closed doors next week.
LONDON (Reuters) - Until West Ham United's 3-2 home win over Chelsea on Wednesday, restart had certainly not amounted to a fresh start for the club's languishing at the wrong end of the Premier League.
(Reuters) - The U.S. National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) has said players can choose to remain in the locker room or express their individual views on the pitch while the national anthem is being played at the Challenge Cup.