English Premier League clubs owners have urged Britain’s government to explore measures to protect the competition from being damaged by Britain’s impending departure from the European Union.
They voted to take Britain out of the European Union – now they’re back on the continent hoping to see England’s national soccer team conquer Europe.
In one of world sport’s Cinderella stories, Leicester City are the new English Premier League champions – a feat, finally, realised without kicking a ball after nearest rivals Tottenham drew 2-2 with Chelsea in an enthralling clash at Stamford Bridge early this morning, Australian time.
Harry Kane and Dele Alli have scored two goals apiece as a rampant Tottenham Hotspur thumped Stoke City 4-0 to slice Premier League leaders Leicester City’s lead to five points.
After a fourth successive 1-0 victory sent Leicester into a seven-point lead, some giddy fans started to unfurl Premier League “champions” scarves in the King Power Stadium.
After 10 months out injured, Danny Welbeck took barely 10 minutes on his return from surgery to score a precious goal for Arsenal.
FIFA has fired Jerome Valcke for a second time, cutting ties with the secretary-general four months after he was suspended while under investigation for wrongdoing at the scandal-scarred governing body.