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(Reuters) - England's Rugby Football Union (RFU) is planning to make 139 positions redundant due to the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, chief executive Bill Sweeney said on Monday.
(Reuters) - Manchester United's Serbia midfielder Nemanja Matic has extended his contract at Old Trafford through to June 2023, the Premier League club said in a statement https://www.manutd.com/en/news/detail/nemanja-matic-signs-new-contract-with-manchester-united-to-2023 on Monday.
LONDON (Reuters) - When the players of England and West Indies walk out on to the lush Ageas Bowl pitch on Wednesday it will be a landmark moment for international cricket after a 117-day hiatus.
SOFIA (Reuters) - More than 20 players and officials from two Bulgarian top-flight clubs have been quarantined with novel coronavirus infections following a laboratory mistake, the teams said on Monday.
VILA-REAL, Spain (Reuters) - After a harrowing week in which his reputation was dragged through the mud, Barcelona coach Quique Setien came out fighting by overseeing a spectacular 4-1 win away to Villarreal which showed the 61-year-old's coaching abilities are still in tact.
(Reuters) - Sebastian Vettel endured a nightmare start to the season in Austria on Sunday and Formula One's motorsport managing director Ross Brawn suggested being dropped by Ferrari for 2021 had affected his concentration.
(Reuters) - Leicester City playmaker James Maddison and full back Ben Chilwell are injury doubts for Tuesday's Premier League clash at Arsenal, manager Brendan Rodgers said on Monday.
(Reuters) - Players are allowed to show more emotions at the Ultimate Tennis Showdown (UTS) than normally allowed on Tour and Frenchman Corentin Moutet did not hold back in an angry verbal exchange during his match against Stefanos Tsitsipas on Sunday.
SOUTHAMPTON (Reuters) - If anticipation sharpens the appetite, just imagine the scenes which would have greeted Che Adams' strike for Southampton.
(Reuters) - Six-times world champion Lewis Hamilton has said he was "silenced" earlier in his Formula One career over his plans to protest racism by taking a knee.