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(Reuters) - Rangers manager Steven Gerrard said he is ready to draw a line under Nathan Patterson's COVID-19 breach after the 19-year-old defender scored in Thursday's 5-2 Europa League home win against Royal Antwerp.
(Reuters) - Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti said he hopes to remain at the Premier League club for "as long as possible" and wants to see the team play in their new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock from the 2024-25 season.
(Reuters) - Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has not recovered from a thigh injury and will remain sidelined for a few more weeks, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Fears that training disruptions due to the COVID-19 pandemic will lead to sub par performances at the Tokyo Games are overblown as many athletes will emerge from lockdowns stronger than ever, five-time Olympic champion Katie Ledecky said.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - West Ham United forward Michail Antonio has been approached by Jamaica about switching his national team allegiance to the Caribbean nation, its football federation told Reuters.
LONDON (Reuters) - Max Verstappen could be the biggest threat to Lewis Hamilton's hopes of a record eighth Formula One title this season but the Dutch driver was determined to keep a lid on any hype on Thursday.
PETALING JAYA: The National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme has kicked off in earnest, with Selangor being the first state to vaccinate its medical frontliners.
BEIJING: President Xi Jinping said China has adopted a series of extraordinary policies and measures, blazing a poverty reduction path and forming an anti-poverty theory with Chinese characteristics.
LONDON (Reuters) - Teenage forward George Martin, who has played only seven senior games for Leicester, is in line for a shock England debut after being named on the bench for Saturday's Six Nations game against Wales in Cardiff.
Australia on Feb 25 passed a world-first law aimed at forcing Google and Facebook Inc to pay for news. But after a forceful intervention from the world’s biggest social network, the reality is Silicon Valley’s titans are paying a small price for cementing their influence over the media industry.