Tue, Sep 29, 2020 | UPDATED 02:43 UTC
Sep 29, 2020
Seoul (South Korea), September 29: For the second time this season, K League 1 football club Incheon United have asked Montenegro not to call up their striker Stefan Mugosa for international matches, so they could retain his service for a key juncture of the season.
Nadal, Thiem kick off bids for Roland Garros title, Medvedev stunned by Fucsovics
Sep 29, 2020
Patriots' Cam Newton on not moving family to Boston area: 'This is a business trip for me'
Blue Jays blow chance at higher seed with loss to Orioles in regular season finale
Sep 28, 2020
Toronto FC rallies in 2nd half to down league-leading Columbus
Jennifer Jones and Brent Laing victorious in curling's return from the pandemic
Rob Gronkowski on lack of production in first 2 games with Buccaneers: 'I came here to block, baby'
Sep 27, 2020
Washington (USA) September 27: Rob Gronkowski addressed his slow start his first season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and his first season since stepping away...
Peru calls up three uncapped players for World Cup qualifiers
Sep 26, 2020
Lima (Peru), September 26: Peru manager Ricardo Gareca on Friday named three uncapped players in his preliminary squad for the team's opening 2022 FIFA World...
Flamengo asks for match postponement as 16 players positive for COVID-19
Sep 25, 2020
Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), September 25: Flamengo have asked the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) to postpone their match against Palmeiras on Sunday after 16 players...
49ers' Trent Williams concerned about turf at MetLife Stadium ahead of matchup vs. Giants
Washington (USA) September 25: San Francisco 49ers offensive lineman Trent Williams is concerned about playing on the turf at MetLife Stadium a week after several...
Canadian star Andreescu ends 2020 season to "focus on health and training"
Sep 24, 2020
Washington DC (USA), September 24: Canadian star Bianca Andreescu has announced that she will not compete in the remainder of the 2020 season and will...
US men's national team skip October camp, matches due to COVID-19
Washington DC (USA), September 24: The United States' men's national team will not hold a camp or play international friendlies during the FIFA window next...
Herschel Walker accuses Obama of doing 'absolutely nothing' to help racial issues as president
Washington (USA) September 24: Former NFL star Herschel Walker panned former President Barack Obama Wednesday, arguing that the Democrat made grand statements about racism in...
Former NFL player Marcellus Wiley rips Black Lives Matter after it removes page on disrupting 'nuclear family structure'
Washington (USA) September 24: Marcellus Wiley, a former NFL defensive lineman and current member of Fox Sports 1's "Speak for Yourself," unleashed on the Black...
IOC president shows confidence in Tokyo Games
Sep 23, 2020
Washington DC (USA), September 23: The president of the International Olympic Committee has shown his confidence in holding the Tokyo Games even under coronavirus restrictions.
Tour de France under a cloud after new allegations of doping emerge
Paris (France) September 23: The sun had barely gone down on this year's postponed Tour de France cycling race when fresh allegations of drug use emerged.
NFL fines five head coaches, team over $1.7M for failing to wear masks in Week 2
Nat'l football exhibition matches set for Oct.
Sep 22, 2020
Man City start their season with win away to Wolves
Ibra brace helps Milan claim opening victory in Serie A
Djokovic wins record 36th Masters title in Rome
Paraguay, Peru to meet in opening CONMEBOL World Cup qualifier
Coronavirus: Bayern Munich fans could face quarantine after Super Cup
New Orleans' Dixie Beer polls public on renaming company to be 'more inclusive'
ESPN's Rachel Nichols dunks on NBA over lack of Ruth Bader Ginsburg tributes
Michael Jordan joins NASCAR as team owner, Bubba Wallace to drive for him