Premier League urges government to stick to October date for fans' return

Premier League clubs on Thursday urged the government to stick to its proposal to allow a partial return of fans to stadiums from October 1.

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UEFA in talks with Bayern Munich over Super Cup after Budapest despite travel warning

"The impact of the decision of the German authorities on the fans who have purchased tickets is being discussed.

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Virus rules leave Sheffield Utd boss Wilder all at sea

 The government granted the EFL permission to use selected fixtures as pilot events to reintroduce spectators to venues on a socially distanced basis.

 

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COVID-19 pandemic to cost football $14 billion this year, says FIFA

Olli Rehn, who heads the FIFA committee set up to tackle the effects of the pandemic, said that FIFA, along with financial consultants, had estimated the club game to be worth between $40 billion…

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Tottenham Hotspur set to sign Gareth Bale and Sergio Reguilon from Real Madrid

Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham Hotspur are set for a sensational scoop as the London outfit are in talks to sign Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale and left-back Sergio Reguilon.

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Rampant Arsenal crush Fulham as Premier League returns

Arteta's side kicked off the new Premier League season with the kind of confident display that has become their hallmark since Arteta took charge.

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Salah hat-trick saves Liverpool, Arsenal cruise as Premier League returns

Virgil van Dijk restored Liverpool's lead eight minutes later with a thumping header from Andy Robertson's corner.

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Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone tests positive for COVID-19

Him testing positive at this stage could mean that the club could play initial matches of the Spanish league (La Liga) without a coach. 

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Mourinho confident of landing new Spurs striker for 'non-human' schedule

Jose Mourinho is confident Tottenham will have a new striker before the end of the transfer window as he aims to build a squad capable of dealing with a brutal early-season schedule.

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Klopp shrugs off rivals' spending as Premier League kicks off

Jurgen Klopp has warned Liverpool's title rivals that splashing out on new signings is no guarantee of success as the Premier League champions start their new campaign against Leeds on Saturday.…

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Bielsa in spotlight as Leeds return to Premier League

After 16 years in exile, Leeds United are counting down the hours until their return to Premier League action, with their enigmatic manager Marcelo Bielsa guaranteed to steal the limelight.

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LaLiga Santander rings Wall Street Bell, becomes the first European sports league to ring the NYSE opening bell

LaLiga Santander made history on Wednesday, becoming the first European sports league to ring the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) opening bell. LaLiga president, Javier Tebas, and the country head…

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Lionel Messi gifts young blind Arsenal fan OrCam glasses in life-changing gesture

Barcelona megastar Lionel Messi has come to the help of a young blind Arsenal fan as he sent the child a life-changing pair of glasses worth £4,200 by OrCam Technologies. Messi has joined hands…

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Premier League clubs forget coronavirus crisis in transfer splurge

Just five months after Premier League clubs consulted their players about taking a 30 percent wage cut, the English top-flight is again blowing Europe's other top leagues out the water when it…

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Messi back in full training with Barca

Lionel Messi was back in full training with Barcelona on Wednesday for the first time since conceding defeat in his battle to leave the club.

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