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Brian Homewood

Olympics: IOC recommends boxing keeps its place in Tokyo but not under AIBA

2:28am IST

LAUSANNE, Switzerland Boxing should keep its place at next year's Olympic Games but recognition of AIBA, the governing body of the sport's amateur version, should be suspended, the International Olympic Committee's (IOC) executive board recommended on Wednesday.

Unpredictability is good for business, says UEFA marketing boss

17 May 2019

NYON, Switzerland UEFA competitions do not depend on big clubs reaching the finals to make them commercially successful as the unpredictable nature of the tournaments is great for business, the European soccer body's marketing boss told Reuters.

INTERVIEW-Soccer-Unpredictability is good for business, says UEFA marketing boss

17 May 2019

NYON, Switzerland, May 17 UEFA competitions do not depend on big clubs reaching the finals to make them commercially successful as the unpredictable nature of the tournaments is great for business, the European soccer body's marketing boss told Reuters.

Soccer: Relegation completes demise of most successful Swiss club

17 May 2019

ZURICH Homeless for 12 years and with a constant turnover of coaches and presidents, Switzerland's most successful club, Grasshopper Zurich, suffered a fresh humiliation on Thursday when they were relegated after 68 years in the top flight.

Champions League final - football match or showbiz extravaganza?

16 May 2019

NYON, Switzerland Football fans are renowned for their creativity and passion, adapting the most unlikely songs into stadium anthems and brightening up the drabbest of grounds with their banners and flags.

Swiss league boss says 'movement' needed against Champions League reform

14 May 2019

BERN Swiss clubs have been responsible for some memorable giant-killing performances in the Champions League, epitomising the romance of football, but the Swiss league's chief executive fears they may be shut out under new UEFA proposals.

INTERVIEW-Soccer-Swiss league boss says "movement" needed against Champions League reform

14 May 2019

BERN, May 14 Swiss clubs have been responsible for some memorable giant-killing performances in the Champions League, epitomising the romance of football, but the Swiss league's chief executive fears they may be shut out under new UEFA proposals.

Soccer: UEFA plans for more clubs, league system in European competition

08 May 2019

NYON, Switzerland UEFA's plans for European competition include more clubs and a league system featuring promotion and relegation, a leading soccer official said on Wednesday.

Soccer-More clubs, league system in UEFA European competition plans

08 May 2019

NYON, Switzerland, May 8 UEFA's plans for European competition include the participation of more clubs and the introduction of a league system featuring promotion and relegation, a leading official said on Wednesday.

Serie A coaching merry-go-round set to grind into action

01 May 2019

With Gennaro Gattuso floundering at AC Milan and Antonio Conte reportedly intent on a homecoming, the Serie A merry-go-round is about to grind into action with several moves expected in the next few weeks.

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