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  • Premier League clubs hold talks over rescue package for struggling Football League clubs

    Sportsmail understands top-flight clubs have discussed the notion of providing financial aid to Football League clubs who are struggling to stay afloat as a result of the coronavirus crisis.

    Mail Online
  • Football quiz: British club nicknames

    Who are the other Red Devils? And where might you see the Rebels take on the Romans?Manchester City are nicknamed the Citizens. Which other Premier League club once had this nickname?Manchester UnitedBournemouthNewcastle UnitedNorwich CityIn which country would you find the Exiles, the Archers, the Martyrs and the Wingmakers?EnglandNorthern IrelandScotlandWalesManchester United are known as the Red Devils. Which Football League club shares the nickname?Rotherham UnitedCrawley TownSalford...

    the Guardian
  • These Are 2020’s Most Valuable European Football Clubs

    Football Benchmark and KPMG’s Sports Advisory Practice have unveiled their list of 2020’s most valuable clubs in Europe. adidas-sponsored Real Madrid and Manchester United retain their standing as the first and second most valuable club in Europe, with valuations of 3.47 billion and 3.34 billion Euros respectively (approximately 3.86 and 3.72 billion USD). Barcelona has regained [

    Highsnobiety
  • Economic woes taking toll on Chinese football clubs

    Economic woes are taking a toll on China's professional football clubs, with 11 being disqualified for failing to pay wages and five closing shop on their own terms, including top-tier Chinese Super League side — Tianjin Tianhai

    ABC News
  • Economic woes taking toll on Chinese football clubs

    BEIJING (AP) - Economic woes are taking a toll on China’s professional football clubs, with 11 being disqualified for failing to pay wages and five closing shop on their own terms, including last season’s Chinese Super League side - Tianjin Tianhai. Low attendance and gaudy contracts for overseas signings

    The Washington Times
  • Economic woes taking toll on Chinese football clubs

    BEIJING (AP) — Economic woes are taking a toll on China’s professional football clubs, with 11 being disqualified for failing to pay wages and five closing shop on their own terms

    WTOP
  • President's football shirt irks leader of Brazilian club

    The head of a progressive football club from Brazil’s impoverished northeast expressed unease on Thursday at seeing his team’s shirt worn by the country’s far-right president on the same day the death toll from the coronavirus hit 10,000.

    U.S.