Newcastle United fans said they have been treated with contempt after a £300-million takeover bid from a Saudi-backed consortium collapsed on Thursday.
Newcastle fans demand answers after Saudi bid collapses
NBA teams bowed their heads and knelt during the playing of the US national anthem while wearing Black Lives Matter T-shirts on Thursday as the league returned for the first time since the coronavirus halted play in March with two thrilling games.
NBA players protest racial injustice as league returns to action
Former FIFA president Sepp Blatter called for his successor, Gianni Infantino, to be suspended by the global soccer body after criminal proceedings were opened against Infantino in Switzerland.
Ex-FIFA president Blatter calls for current chief Infantino to be suspended
The British government is confident it can implement measures to ensure spectators can safely return to stadiums amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the country’s sports minister said.
UK sports minister confident fans can return to stadiums safely
The Olympic movement faces its biggest challenge for four decades in getting a streamlined Tokyo Summer Games up and running next year but influential official John Coates believes it will happen.
Streamlined Tokyo Games may set future standard: IOC official
Four months after COVID-19 sent basketball into an unprecedented shutdown, the NBA takes a leap into the unknown on Thursday as the league bids to resurrect its season at Disney World in Florida.
Bubble-wrapped NBA readies for relaunch
Sporting venues in England are unlikely to get the green light to fill to capacity this year and the entire 2020-21 Premier League season could be played in front of reduced crowds, a senior British government adviser said.
Premier League may see reduced crowds into next year, government adviser says
Lewis Hamilton has been forced to clarify that he is “not against a vaccine” for COVID-19, after inadvertently sharing an anti-vaxxer post on his Instagram account.
Hamilton forced to explain position on coronavirus vaccination
Xavi Hernandez, who is coaching Al Sadd in Qatar, said his "primary goal" is to coach Barcelona where he won a host of trophies, but he is focused on his current job.
Xavi says coaching Barca remains his 'primary goal'

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