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(Reuters) - After a fire sale of players over the summer that was fiercely criticised by supporters and club greats, Valencia are braced for yet more departures, according to a report published by the La Liga club with their accounts on Thursday.
LONDON (Reuters) - British Cycling has dismissed one of its top coaches after finding him guilty of gross misconduct including inappropriate relationships with riders.
(Reuters) - Greg Clarke quit as English Football Association chairman hours after referring to "coloured footballers" during questions from members of parliament on Tuesday.
MADRID (Reuters) - Valencia v Real Madrid is usually one of the biggest fixtures in Spanish football but the La Liga champions will meet a crumbling institution as they look to end their poor recent record at the Mestalla on Sunday.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Barcelona Gerard Pique has said the club had been declining for some time and welcomed the resignation of president Josep Maria Bartomeu, predicting a brighter future under new leadership and with plenty of young blood in the squad.
MADRID (Reuters) - Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu's resignation has not left coach Ronald Koeman fearing for his job.
TURIN, Italy (Reuters) - Ousmane Dembele struck early and Lionel Messi converted a late penalty as Barcelona won 2-0 at Juventus in the Champions League on Wednesday after Alvaro Morata had three goals disallowed for offside for the Serie A side.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Barcelona named Carles Tusquets as their acting president on Wednesday, a day after Josep Maria Bartomeu resigned in order to avoid facing a vote of no confidence.
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - Beleaguered Cricket South Africa (CSA) acting president Beresford Williams has resigned along with four other board members, the organisation said on Sunday.
(Reuters) - A three-year investigation into the International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) has uncovered cases of suspected urine substitution and "doppelgangers" being used to impersonate athletes, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) said on Thursday.