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MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) -Former Manchester United soccer player and Wales national team manager Ryan Giggs was released on bail on Wednesday after pleading not guilty to charges of assaulting his ex-girlfriend and her sister.
LONDON (Reuters) - Former Manchester United soccer star Ryan Giggs has been charged with assault against two women, police and prosecutors said in statements on Friday.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australian rugby league international Jarryd Hayne is facing jail after being found guilty of sexually assaulting a woman at her home in New South Wales state in 2018.
(Reuters) - The Football Association has highlighted "substantial and serious inaccuracies" put forward by Troy Townsend of anti-racism organisation Kick It Out in a documentary about Anton Ferdinand's case against former England captain John Terry.
(Reuters) - German tennis great Boris Becker pleaded not guilty on Thursday to charges that he had failed to hand over his Grand Slam trophies in order to settle his debts, the Press Association reported.
LONDON (Reuters) - Manchester United captain Harry Maguire was withdrawn from England's Nations League squad on Tuesday after a Greek court found him guilty of multiple charges following a brawl on the island of Mykonos last week.
ATHENS (Reuters) - Manchester United captain Harry Maguire was released by a Greek prosecutor after appearing in court on Saturday following two days in detention over a brawl on the island of Mykonos, the Premier League club confirmed.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Gold Coast Titans captain Kevin Proctor has been banned for four games for biting New Zealand international team mate and friend Shaun Johnson on the arm during a match in Australia's National Rugby League.
(Reuters) - English second-tier club Sheffield Wednesday will begin the 2020-21 Championship season with a 12-point deduction for breaching profit and sustainability rules, the English Football League (EFL) announced on Friday.
(Reuters) - The Court of Arbitration of Sport's (CAS) decision to overturn Manchester City's two-year UEFA ban from European football while fining them 10 million euros (9.09 million pounds) is a disgrace, Tottenham Hotspur manager Jose Mourinho said on Tuesday.