There has also been a City link with Thiago Alcântara – possibly firming up with Liverpool, however – who Bayern Munich are ready to sell for £27m. And there may well be interest in Juventus’ Paulo Dybala, who, like last summer, is up for sale at the serial Serie A champions. Two other players to be shown the Juventus door are Gonzalo Higuaín and Sami Khedira, and both are open to offers. … [Read more...] about Football transfer rumours: Cristiano Ronaldo not heading to Barcelona?
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The league’s teams include Carroll College, Montana State-Northern, Montana Tech, Montana Western and Rocky Mountain College in Montana, along with Eastern Oregon, Southern Oregon and the College of Idaho. The Oregon and Idaho teams had already announced plans to play football in the spring. … [Read more...] about Frontier Conference moves NAIA football schedule to spring
And while some vendors inside NRG Center said foot traffic had been slower than usual for the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo’s first few days, they were hesitant to say it was because of COVID-19 fears. Maybe it’s the lineup, speculated Martha Speer, owner of Centennial, Colo.-based Cactus Rose, which sells apparel. … [Read more...] about COVID-19 in Houston: More cases reported in Houston area
As of right now, the Big 12, ACC, and SEC are all planning to go forward with their respective football seasons. While some players from the other Power Five conferences may want to head to a team in one of the three conference pressing onward, it may not be quite that easy, according to Bruce Feldman of FOX Sports. … [Read more...] about CFB transfer market for 2020 season would be ‘complicated’
Australia & NZ to host 2023 Women's World CupAustralia & NZ 2023 WC bid scores highest on evaluationThe trans-Tasman bid, which scored 4.1 out of five in a FIFA evaluation report compared to Colombia's 2.9 score, won with 22 votes to 13 but Football Federation Australia boss Johnson was unimpressed by England's snub. … [Read more...] about Women’s World Cup: Australia label Football Association as ‘disrespectful’ after vote snub