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(Reuters) - Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Nuno Espirito Santo was pleased with the performances of new signings Fabio Silva and Vitinha in Thursday's 1-0 defeat by Stoke City but said a lot of work was needed to integrate them into the squad.
(Reuters) - Liverpool finished 18 points clear in the Premier League last season but manager Juergen Klopp says they have to be even better this year just to stay one step ahead of their rivals.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Ten clubs in England's Football League will be allowed to admit up to 1,000 fans in this weekend's games as part of a pilot scheme to test the return of supporters, the EFL said on Wednesday.
SHEFFIELD, England (Reuters) - Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Nuno Espirito Santo hailed his "brave and aggressive" side, who showed no weariness as they blew Sheffield United away with goals in the first six minutes to claim a 2-0 Premier League win at Bramall Lane on Monday.
(Reuters) - Russian Daniil Medvedev has become one of the smartest players in the men's game and like one of his nation's great chess players he invariably selects the right move.
Datuk Hamidin Mohd Amin’s (pic) first-year tenure as president of the Malaysian Football League (MFL) has been marred by the Covid-19 pandemic but it has not stopped him from moving forward with plans for the future.
LONDON (Reuters) - Formula One's governing body said on Wednesday it was reviewing its superlicence system so that junior drivers were not disadvantaged as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
PETALING JAYA: Even as the M-League restarts after a five-month hiatus, the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) are planning for the worst-case scenario next year.
LONDON (Reuters) - Olympic officials thanked outgoing Japanese premier Shinzo Abe on Friday for his commitment to bringing the Games to Tokyo and said they would work closely with his successor as Japan bids to overcome the coronavirus pandemic to hold the event next year.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - The Singapore-registered company that says it is close to buying English soccer club Newcastle United admits it doctored photos of former U.S. President Barack Obama in marketing materials used to publicise the newly formed group.