Around 10,000 Olympic volunteers quit over pandemic, other concerns

Around 10,000 Olympic volunteers quit over pandemic, other concerns

Around 10,000 volunteers for the upcoming Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics have quit, Japanese organizers confirmed on Wednesday.

Real Madrid appoint Ancelotti for a second time

Real Madrid appoint Ancelotti for a second time

Carlo Ancelotti is the new head coach of Real Madrid after Florentino Perez attracted the Italian from Everton.

Brazil named Copa America host after Argentina and Colombia dropped

Brazil named Copa America host after Argentina and Colombia dropped

The upcoming Copa America tournament will be played in Brazil, the South American football confederation CONMEBOL said on Monday after original hosts Argentina and Colombia were dropped.

Efes wins its first EuroLeague crown

Efes wins its first EuroLeague crown

Anadolu Efes Istanbul is the Turkish Airlines EuroLeague champion for the first time! Efes outlasted FC Barcelona 81-86 on Sunday night in the championship game of the 2021 Final Four at Lanxess Arena in Cologne, Germany.

Tuchel: I think I have a new contract after Champions League joy

Tuchel: I think I have a new contract after Champions League joy

Thomas Tuchel was delighted to make the best possible first impression with Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich and suggested Saturday’s Champions League final win over Manchester City had already secured him a longer-term stay at Stamford Bridge.

Djokovic, Nadal and Federer in same half of French Open draw

Djokovic, Nadal and Federer in same half of French Open draw

Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer are all in the same half of the draw for the French Open beginning on Sunday.

Villarreal end long title wait in Europa League shoot-out thriller

Villarreal end long title wait in Europa League shoot-out thriller

Villarreal goalkeeper Geronimo Rulli made the difference in an astonishing 11-10 penalty shoot-out victory in the Europa League final against Manchester United on Wednesday as the Yellow Submarine claimed their first-ever major honour.

Galtier announces Lille exit after pipping PSG to Ligue 1 title glory

Galtier announces Lille exit after pipping PSG to Ligue 1 title glory

Christophe Galtier has announced he is leaving his role as Lille head coach after guiding the club to a shock Ligue 1 title.

Luis Enrique: Ramos axe ‘difficult and tough’ but best for Spain

Luis Enrique: Ramos axe ‘difficult and tough’ but best for Spain

Luis Enrique believes the decision to omit Sergio Ramos from Spain’s Euro 2020 squad is in the best interest of the national team.

Neymar sends herogram to Suarez: You deserve it!

Neymar sends herogram to Suarez: You deserve it!

Neymar was touched by the sight of Luis Suarez in tears after helping Atletico Madrid clinch the La Liga title.

Clippers, betrayed by their biggest strength, lose Game 1 to Mavs

Clippers, betrayed by their biggest strength, lose Game 1 to Mavs

The crowd had gone lifeless, and not only because hundreds of cardboard-cutout Clippers fans filled Staples Center on Saturday.

Morant stars as Grizzlies deny Curry’s Warriors playoffs spot

Morant stars as Grizzlies deny Curry’s Warriors playoffs spot

The young Memphis Grizzlies have knocked Stephen Curry’s Golden State Warriors out of the NBA postseason and claimed the eighth seed in the West with a 117-112 over-time win on Friday evening.

CONMEBOL reject Colombia’s request for Copa America postponement

CONMEBOL reject Colombia’s request for Copa America postponement

South America’s football confederation CONMEBOL on Thursday said the Copa America will not be played in Colombia after the country asked to push back the event from June to November.

Atalanta 1-2 Juventus: Chiesa seals Coppa Italia for Pirlo’s men

Atalanta 1-2 Juventus: Chiesa seals Coppa Italia for Pirlo’s men

Federico Chiesa scored the decisive goal as Juventus sealed a record-extending 14th Coppa Italia title with a 2-1 win over Atalanta on Wednesday.

Roger Federer suffers early exit from Geneva Open

Roger Federer suffers early exit from Geneva Open

Roger Federer suffered defeat against Spain’s Pablo Andujar on his return to the ATP Tour on home soil at the Geneva Open.

German football chief Keller resigns after Nazi analogy

German football chief Keller resigns after Nazi analogy

German football federation (DFB) president Fritz Keller resigned on Monday as a consequence of comparing vice president Rainer Koch to a Nazi judge.

Juventus 0-3 Milan: Rossoneri stun in race for Serie A top-four spot

Juventus 0-3 Milan: Rossoneri stun in race for Serie A top-four spot

Milan emphatically enhanced their Champions League hopes at Juventus’ expense after a thumping 3-0 win at the Allianz Stadium on Sunday.

Westbrook ties NBA triple-double record

Westbrook ties NBA triple-double record

Russell Westbrook equalled Oscar Robertson’s NBA record after posting his 181st career triple-double.

Newcastle on brink of safety after stunning Leicester

Newcastle on brink of safety after stunning Leicester

Newcastle stunned Leicester to inch closer to survival and deal a potentially damaging blow to the Foxes’ Champions League hopes.

Man Utd cruise into Europa League final, Arsenal sunk by Villarreal

Man Utd cruise into Europa League final, Arsenal sunk by Villarreal

Manchester United had little difficulty in completing the job started with their semi-final first leg thrashing of Roma last week with a 3-2 defeat in Italy securing easy progress to the Europa League final on Thursday.

Chelsea defeat Real Madrid to set up CL final with Man City

Chelsea defeat Real Madrid to set up CL final with Man City

Chelsea set up an all-England Champions League final against Manchester City on Wednesday as Timo Werner and Mason Mount settled their last four second leg against Real Madrid in London.

Mahrez double carries Man City into first Champions League final

Mahrez double carries Man City into first Champions League final

Manchester City are in their first-ever Champions League final after Riyad Mahrez’s double ensured a 4-1 aggregate win over Paris Saint-Germain in Tuesday’s semi-final second leg.

Sevilla fall away from title race with defeat by Athletic

Sevilla fall away from title race with defeat by Athletic

Sevilla suffered a huge blow to their La Liga title hopes after Inaki Williams struck in the 90th minute to earn Athletic Bilbao a 1-0 win at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan on Monday.

Ten Hag commits to Ajax amid Spurs rumours

Ten Hag commits to Ajax amid Spurs rumours

Erik ten Hag has signed a new two-year contract at Ajax, effectively ending speculation linking him to the vacancy at Tottenham.

City close in on first CL final with 2-1 comeback win at PSG

City close in on first CL final with 2-1 comeback win at PSG

Manchester City came from behind to win 2-1 at 10-man Paris Saint-Germain on Wednesday and take a big step towards a first-ever place in the Champions League final.

Chelsea earn 1-1 draw at Real Madrid in Champions League semis

Chelsea earn 1-1 draw at Real Madrid in Champions League semis

Chelsea played to a 1-1 draw at Real Madrid on Tuesday to hold a small edge in their Champions League semi-final.

Bayern Munich close in on Nagelsmann to replace coach Flick

Bayern Munich close in on Nagelsmann to replace coach Flick

Julian Nagelsmann appears to be Bayern Munich’s first choice to replace want-away coach Hansi Flick and the 33-year-old has indicated his desire to leave current club RB Leipzig.

Best picture Oscar goes to ‘Nomadland,’ Chloe Zhao wins best director

Best picture Oscar goes to ‘Nomadland,’ Chloe Zhao wins best director

Road movie “Nomadland” won the top prize at the Oscars, where director Chloe Zhao made history.

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