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  • England Boss Southgate Agrees 30% Pay Cut

    England Boss Southgate Agrees 30% Pay Cut

    England manager Gareth Southgate has led the way by taking a 30 per cent pay cut, as Premier League clubs and players this week grapple with how to manage wage reductions.

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  • Langer 'Sees Value' in Behind Closed Doors Cricket

    Langer 'Sees Value' in Behind Closed Doors Cricket

    Australia coach Justin Langer says he sees the value in playing behind closed doors for upcoming cricket tours if they’re permitted by health authorities.

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  • Tottenham Player Could Complete Military Service

    Tottenham Player Could Complete Military Service

    The suspension of the Premier League season could have unintended consequences for one of Tottenham Hotspurs biggest stars.

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  • Will Professional Tennis Return Again this Year?

    Will Professional Tennis Return Again this Year?

    There is continued doubt about when professional tennis will resume, with one influential voice on the sport even doubting that it will return this year at all.

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  • Tennis Player Petitions ITF for Help

    Tennis Player Petitions ITF for Help

    Sofia Shapatava from Georgia, currently 375 in the WTA world rankings, has started a petition calling on the International Tennis Federation (ITF) to provide financial assistance to lower level professionals who are affected by the global shutdown of the sport in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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  • Sporting Postponements Impacting on 2021 and Beyond

    Sporting Postponements Impacting on 2021 and Beyond

    The Covid-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc with the sporting calendar, with many hundreds of events cancelled, this years Wimbledon becoming the latest high profile casualty.

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  • Four Must-See Football Matches This Week

    Four Must-See Football Matches This Week

    Only a handful of leagues remain in action amid the coronavirus outbreak, from Belarus, Burundi and Nicaragua, while Tajikistan’s Higher League starts up this weekend.

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  • UEFA Urges European Leagues not to Abandon

    UEFA Urges European Leagues not to Abandon

    UEFA has moved to encourage all European national associations not to abandon domestic leagues after rumblings in both Belgium and the Netherlands this week.

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  • Wimbledon Cancelled for First Time in 75 Years

    Wimbledon Cancelled for First Time in 75 Years

    The 2020 Wimbledon Championships have officially been cancelled for the first time since World War II due to the global coronavirus pandemic.

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  • ECB Bans Smart Watches During Play

    ECB Bans Smart Watches During Play

    Cricketers in domestic cricket will not be allowed to wear smartwatches while playing any cricket matches administered by the English cricket board.

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  • Cricket Statistician Tony Lewis No More

    Cricket Statistician Tony Lewis No More

    Tony Lewis, one of the men behind the Duckworth-Lewis methodology for deciding the outcome of rain affected limited cricket matches, has died aged 78.

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  • Invictus Games Cancelled Due to Coronavirus

    Invictus Games Cancelled Due to Coronavirus

    It has been a bad few months for Prince Harry.

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  • Case of Ajax Footballer Takes another Tragic Turn

    Case of Ajax Footballer Takes another Tragic Turn

    Abdelhak Nouri was one of the most talented footballers of his generation, and belonged to the same group of young players that helped Dutch side Ajax reach the semi-finals of the Champions League last season.

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  • England Captain Morgan: Players Want to 'Keep Things Going'

    England Captain Morgan: Players Want to 'Keep Things Going'

    England’s short-form captain Eoin Morgan says his side are open to playing behind closed doors this summer or even fielding two sides playing different formats concurrently.

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  • English Football set for Crunch Talks on Player Wages

    English Football set for Crunch Talks on Player Wages

    The Professional Footballers’ Association (PFA), the Premier League, the EFL and the League Managers Association (LMA) are set for crunch talks on player wages in the next 48 wages.

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