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(Reuters) - Fulham's Premier League match at Tottenham Hotspur that was scheduled to kick off at 1800 GMT on Wednesday has been postponed due to a COVID-19 outbreak at the West London club, the league said.
(Reuters) - Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuettl will not be in the dugout when they host West Ham United later on Tuesday as he is self-isolating following a positive COVID-19 test in his household, the Premier League club said.
PETALING JAYA: Not being called an Olympian remains a blot in Chew Yiwei’s resume and it is something he wants to overcome next year.
(Reuters) - More Indians searched for cricket tournament Indian Premier League (IPL) this year than coronavirus, which came second, according to 2020 search trends data released by Google.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Adidas has appointed Amanda Rajkumar, an executive from French bank BNP Paribas, as its new head of human resources after employee complaints over racism at the German sportswear company led to the departure of Karen Parkin in June.
PETALING JAYA: Aaron Chia has had enough of losing repeatedly to the same opponents.
PETALING JAYA: Self-discipline is tough. There are a million distractions and so many more enjoyable things to do.
ANJA Chong was the hottest thing on ice in the 2017 SEA Games. She swept all the three gold medals on offer for short track. The 26-year-old was dubbed the “Malaysian Ice Queen”. Anja is far more than just an Ice Queen. She practises law in the United Kingdom and has also ventured into e-commerce. She is listed in Forbes’ “30 Under 30 Asia” list, joining 300 young entrepreneurs, leaders and changemakers across Asia. She speaks to StarSports’ T. AVINESHWARAN after her name was announced in the list on April 2.
BERN (Reuters) - FC Sion's decision to sack nine professional footballers was outrageous and sent the wrong message at a time when solidarity is needed amid the coronavirus pandemic, the head of the Swiss players' union (SAFP) told Reuters on Wednesday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane is on course to return from a hamstring injury whenever the Premier League resumes following the enforced break due to the coronavirus, he said on Tuesday.