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Atalanta emerge as biggest threat to another Juve title

Jul 10 2020

Atalanta coach Gian Piero Gasperini insists he is not thinking of the Serie A title but, with nine successive league wins behind them, his hugely entertaining side have emerged as the most likely threat to leaders Juventus.

Milan coach Pioli making it harder to justify his removal

Jul 08 2020

AC Milan are widely reported to have reached a deal for German coach Ralf Rangnick to take over next season but their impressive form under Stefano Pioli is making it increasingly difficult to justify removing the incumbent.

UEFA says fully committed to Champions League finale in Lisbon

Jun 30 2020

BERN UEFA said on Tuesday it was fully committed to staging a Champions League Final Eight tournament in Lisbon in August despite several suburbs of the city preparing to go back into lockdown as novel coronavirus cases climb again.

FIFA stands by evaluation of Colombia 2023 women's World Cup bid

Jun 20 2020

BERN FIFA is standing by its technical evaluation of Colombia's bid to host the 2023 women's World Cup, telling the country's unhappy football chief that the assessment was conducted in a "highly objective" manner.

Soccer-FIFA stands by evaluation of Colombia 2023 women's World Cup bid

Jun 20 2020

BERN, June 20 FIFA is standing by its technical evaluation of Colombia's bid to host the 2023 women's World Cup, telling the country's unhappy football chief that the assessment was conducted in a "highly objective" manner.

Players union concerned about too many games as soccer restarts

Jun 19 2020

BERN The global players union FIFPRO is concerned that footballers are being asked to play too many matches in a short space of time as the sport restarts following the coronavirus stoppage and says there has already been an increase in injuries.

UPDATE 1-Soccer-Players union concerned about too many games as soccer restarts

Jun 19 2020

BERN, June 19 The global players union FIFPRO is concerned that footballers are being asked to play too many matches in a short space of time as the sport restarts following the coronavirus stoppage and says there has already been an increase in injuries.

UEFA recommends fewer heading drills in youth football

Jun 18 2020

BERN Heading drills should be reduced in youth football and neck strengthening exercises introduced to help protect the health of young players, European soccer's governing body UEFA said on Thursday.

UPDATE 1-Soccer-UEFA recommends fewer heading drills in youth football

Jun 18 2020

BERN, June 18 Heading drills should be reduced in youth football and neck strengthening exercises introduced to help protect the health of young players, European soccer's governing body UEFA said on Thursday.

UEFA recommends fewer heading drills in youth football

Jun 18 2020

BERN Heading drills should be reduced in youth football and neck strengthening exercises introduced to help protect the health of young players, European soccer's governing body said on Thursday.

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