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Salah names his price to stay with Liverpool
Oct 05, 2021
Mo Salah is reportedly demanding at least 300 thousand pounds per week to sign a new Liverpool contract.
The striker has less than two years remaining on his current deal, with other clubs closely monitoring his situation at Anfield.
Salah scored his 101st Premier League goal for Liverpool over the weekend, helping his side to a 2-all draw with Man City.
Europe’s top women’s football leagues are the latest to oppose plans for a biennial World Cup.
They are concerned about players being overworked, and fear that the congested calendar will take attention away from the women’s game.
Earlier, the continent’s men’s leagues, as well as governing body UEFA, had rejected FIFA’s proposal to hold the World Cup every two years.
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Our national shuttlers are recovering well, ahead of this weekend’s Thomas and Uber Cups.
BAM technical director Wong Choong Hann says the players are at their best level, despite a grueling campaign at the recent Sudirman Cup.
Choong Hann adds that he’s satisfied with the shuttlers semifinal achievement at the Sudirman Cup, even though there are still some improvements needed, to close the gap to some of their higher ranked opponents.
Naomi Osaka has dropped out of the women’s tennis top-ten for the first time since 2018.
She is now in 12th place after pulling out from the French Open and skipping Wimbledon to focus on her mental health.
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