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Ronaldo sets sights on international record after joining 100 club

Ronaldo sets sights on international record after joining 100 club

Cristiano Ronaldo is eight goals away from equalling the all-time international record of 109 after scoring a brace in Portugal's 2-1 win over Sweden.

  • by Philip O'Connor

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Criminal case opened against FIFA president Gianni Infantino
FIFA

Criminal case opened against FIFA president Gianni Infantino

A Swiss special prosecutor has opened a criminal case against FIFA president Gianni Infantino, plunging world soccer's governing body into a new scandal.

Manchester City set to learn outcome of CAS appeal over European ban
UEFA Champions League

Manchester City set to learn outcome of CAS appeal over European ban

Manchester City will discover on Monday whether their appeal against a two-year UEFA ban from European football has been successful.

'Strategic opportunity': UEFA defends voting against trans-Tasman bid
FIFA Women's World Cup

'Strategic opportunity': UEFA defends voting against trans-Tasman bid

Japan's withdrawal earlier in the week was expected to secure a comfortable passage for the joint bid but the waters were muddied somewhat by the Europeans.

  • by Ian McCullough
'Simply not true': How Manchester City plan to fight their UEFA ban
Manchester City

'Simply not true': How Manchester City plan to fight their UEFA ban

The regulations Manchester City are accused of breaching are designed to stop clubs running up big losses through spending on players.

  • by Simon Evans
PSG crowned French champions, dedicate win to 'everyday heroes'
France

PSG crowned French champions, dedicate win to 'everyday heroes'

PSG had a 12-point lead over Marseille when the season was halted with 10 games remaining last month and were given the title based on a performance index.

  • by Julien Pretot
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France’s prime minister shut down soccer. Did he make the right call?
Soccer

France’s prime minister shut down soccer. Did he make the right call?

Planning in France was brought to an abrupt halt by a declaration by the prime minister, Édouard Philippe. The French soccer season, the prime minister announced, was over.

  • by Tariq Panja
Season re-starts in Europe still possible, claim UEFA
Soccer

Season re-starts in Europe still possible, claim UEFA

UEFA's chief medical official says it is "definitely possible" to plan a restart of European soccer leagues despite the Dutch and French ending their seasons.

  • by Simon Evans
New research says athletes at risk of coronavirus spreading to lungs
Coronavirus pandemic

New research says athletes at risk of coronavirus spreading to lungs

The paper suggests that due to strenuous exercise, elite athletes are more likely to inhale virus particles and direct them to the lower areas of the lung.

  • by Simon Evans
UEFA chief: Euro season may be lost if not restarted by end of June
Soccer

UEFA chief: Euro season may be lost if not restarted by end of June

UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin told the Italian newspaper La Repubblica that there were a number of options for concluding the season.

UEFA uncertain of impact on Italian coronavirus outbreak on Euro 2020
Coronavirus pandemic

UEFA uncertain of impact on Italian coronavirus outbreak on Euro 2020

The coronavirus outbreak is playing havoc with the global international sports calendar, with Euro 2020 now in the spotlight.