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MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Tottenham Hotspur's decision to impose a 20% wage reduction on 550 non-playing staff due to the impact of the coronavirus has prompted increased pressure on Premier League players to take a pay cut or a deferral of wages.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - While top players donate to coronavirus relief efforts and post cooking and workout videos online, lower level professionals are counting the cost of the tennis shutdown with some fearing they will be unable to put food on the table if it lasts much longer.
(Reuters) - Welsh Rugby Union chief executive Martyn Phillips and head coach Wayne Pivac will both take a 25% pay cut as part of efforts to tackle the financial impact from the coronavirus pandemic, the WRU has said.
(Reuters) - England's cricket players must "realise the bigger picture" and will be expected to take a pay cut as the country's cricket governing body (ECB) tries to deal with the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic, The Times https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/joe-root-and-ben-stokes-face-200-000-pay-cuts-fxt8q6z0m reported on Sunday.
PARIS (Reuters) - Renault have yet to confirm their Formula One future but team boss Cyril Abiteboul sees every reason for the French carmaker to continue for years to come.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia are confident of another strong attendance of more than 100,000 spectators during the Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix from Oct 39-Nov 1 at the Sepang International Circuit (SIC).
PARIS (Reuters) - French carmaker PSA said on Wednesday its Peugeot brand would once again take part in the Le Mans 24 hours motor race in 2023, one of the sport's most famous endurance events.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Soaring temperatures in Japan have killed at least 57 people since late July
A COLLABORATION agreement between loyalty card programme 3Lyon Prestige Berhad and Templer Park Country Club in Rawang, Selangor, has been entered into that will see members of the former enjoy reduced prices on food and beverages, and discounts on golfing fees.
(Reuters) - Tiger Woods' Masters' triumph last month was an epic comeback for the former world number one after an 11-year major title drought, but it is Donald Trump who may better symbolize the U.S. golf industry's improving fortunes after a long lean spell.