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Kyle Bonn

Players, coaches and fans have two weeks to get used to new rules around soccer in South Korea after the K-League announced Friday that the delayed season will kick off on May 8.
President Gianni Infantino noted that this release is a “first step” in helping smaller leagues and clubs survive the coronavirus pandemic.
A pair of high-profile transfers are being discussed in various reports as the week comes to a close.
The KNVB decision follows a government order to ban all sports through September.
Liverpool and Manchester City meet in a delicious semifinal matchup after Trent Alexander-Arnold and Raheem Sterling both advanced.
The AC Milan striker scored a goal in a friendly involving the Swedish club Hammarby IF, to which he holds an ownership stake.
Lots of French clubs and players in the news on this Friday.
League management is talking with the players’ union about cuts as much as 50%.
The biggest moments from a season full of brilliance.
While Premier League clubs did not discuss any particular dates for finishing the season, they did address other challenges involved with a return to play.
Chairman Rick Parry recommended clubs return to training in mid-May to give them three weeks to prepare for a return to play.
FIFA is braced for legal challenges over the recommendation that player contracts should be extended.
With a return to play comes a return to injuries.
At least nine Premier League clubs are hoping to present their first draft of a plan to wrap up the season by June 30.
Ian Wright hosts as we guide you through the best strikes of the 2017/18 campaign.
Plenty of juicy nuggets to munch on as we continue on through this coronavirus shutdown.
The former FIFA president suggested recent corruption charges against Qatar could require moving the upcoming event to another host nation.
Players and clubs may need to come to a short-term agreement should the season continue past June 30.
“No match, no competition, no league is worth risking a single human life.”
Robbie Mustoe and Robbie Earle join host Mike Tirico on his show Lunch Talk Live.
The Blues are in the news, with the club chasing a Lille defender while allowing N’Golo Kante to leave for Real Madrid.
Things at Barcelona are turning into a soap opera.
The Manchester United boss wants his players to completely forget about playing soccer for a while.
Leicester City could be on the lookout for a replacement full-back, while Everton may be forced into a fight to keep Moise Kean.