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MILAN (Reuters) - U.S. billionaire Dan Friedkin said on Tuesday he would not pay a premium to AS Roma's minority investors tendering their shares in a mandatory offer which will be launched after the tycoon will secure the control of Italy's Serie A soccer club.
(Reuters) - Fulham have a squad capable of staying up in the Premier League next season and do not need to spend heavily in the transfer market to be competitive, the club's director Tony Khan said.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's cricket board (BCCI) has received government permission to stage this year's Indian Premier League (IPL) in the United Arab Emirates, the league's chairman Brijesh Patel told Reuters on Monday.
PARIS (Reuters) - French soccer champion Paris Saint Germain (PSG) has signed a multi-year sponsorship deal with Chinese consumer electronics and home appliances company Hisense, the companies said on Monday.
SILVERSTONE, England (Reuters) - Betting on Formula One, despite the sport having more data at its disposal than it knew what to do with, was once little more than a punt on the race winner and eventual champion, but times are changing.
(Reuters) - Spanish winger Ferran Torres said Valencia's failure to hand him the captain's armband and make him one of their highest-paid players were key factors in his decision to join Manchester City.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australian soccer club Central Coast Mariners, who brought in Olympic sprint great Usain Bolt for a high-profile trial in 2018, face an uncertain future with its chairman/owner saying on Tuesday he is leaving the team.
ROBERT Bettinardi, the founder and chairman of Bettinardi Golf, has unveiled his third Limited Run putter of 2020, introducing an all-new head shape with the launch of the BB1-Wide “Totally 80’s” putter.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Newcastle United head into the short Premier League close season surrounded by uncertainty after the collapse of the proposed Saudi takeover -- with an owner who wants to sell the club but with no viable purchaser in place.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - The question of trans athletes participating in women's sports has become an explosive issue in recent years and reports that World Rugby might soon ban it on safety grounds looks set to intensify an already fractious debate in New Zealand.