Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson said the loss of Virgil van Dijk is a "big blow" but he wants the Premier League champion to use his absence as an added incentive to stay in the trophy hunt.
Liverpool must stay in trophy hunt for injured Van Dijk, says Henderson
International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach believes that hosting the Tokyo 2020 Olympics next year will be even more significant to karate after the World Karate Federation (WKF) celebrated its 50th anniversary earlier this month.
Tokyo Games ‘perfect celebration’ for karate's 50th anniversary: IOC chief
Champions League and Europa League prize money will be cut over the next five seasons as Europe’s soccer governing body UEFA grapples with the financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, The Times reported.
UEFA prize money to be cut for five years due to COVID-19: Report
Japan said on Tuesday it would take countermeasures to ensure next year’s Tokyo Olympics are not derailed by cyberattacks after Britain and the United States accused Russia of orchestrating efforts to disrupt the Games.
Japan will take steps to guard against Olympics cyberattacks
The Tokyo Metropolitan Government announced the reopening dates for two more Tokyo 2020 venues, with sports federations and the public able to access tennis and table tennis facilities in the coming months.
More Tokyo 2020 venues to reopen to public
Barcelona coach Ronald Koeman believes his side is not among the favorites to win this season’s UEFA Champions League (UCL) with the Catalans having made a stuttering start to the new season.
Barca not among UCL favorites, says Koeman
Fans assuming that Bayern Munich would already be cruising toward its ninth consecutive Bundesliga crown or that English champion Liverpool would have started to shake off its rivals early in the season could not be wider of the mark.
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