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BARCELONA (Reuters) - The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has rejected Brazilian club Santos' case against Barcelona relating to the signing of Neymar in 2013, the Spanish club said in a statement on Tuesday.
A TIE for 16th in his first PGA Tour, Jordan Spieth was just beginning to build his legacy. At 20 he captured his first PGA Tour title and a year later he won the Masters and the US Open. At 23 he won the British Open.
WILSON Sporting Goods collaborated with their Tour players to deliver short-game confidence and reliability in their new Staff Model wedges. The line includes a high-toe option to offer advanced players added performance around the green.Featuring soft-forged 8620 carbon steel construction, the Staff Model wedges provide golfers with a soft touch for increased feel. Designed with machine-engraved scorelines in the precision-milled face, the wedges create Tour-calibre spin and control.
(Reuters) - Liverpool won the last of their 18 First Division titles in the 1989-90 season but the decline of an ageing team had already started in the wake of the Hillsborough stadium disaster.
MUNICH (Reuters) - Germany's Bundesliga will on Monday award domestic broadcast rights for the four seasons from 2021-22, with the value likely to decline from the previous agreement.
(Reuters) - Championship title hopefuls Leeds United paid a heavy price for defensive errors as they suffered a 2-0 defeat by Cardiff City on Sunday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Royal Ascot witnessed its biggest-priced winner as 150-1 shot Nando Parrado won the Coventry Stakes on Saturday.
(Reuters) - Liverpool won the last of their 18th national titles in the 1989-90 season, but the decline of an ageing team had already started in the wake of the Hillsborough disaster.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Paris St Germain and Brazil forward Neymar has been ordered to pay his former club Barcelona 6.7 million euros ($7.51 million) after losing a lawsuit over an unpaid bonus, the Spanish champions said in a statement on Friday.
BERN (Reuters) - UEFA's decision to allocate a window for international matches in September was made to prevent the coronavirus stoppage causing further damage to national team football, its president Aleksander Ceferin said on Thursday.