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Tag: Europe

Pound goes up as Brexit talks near completion

Option traders pricing biggest swings on potential of deal being signed off soon.

Injured Neymar out for 4 weeks

Latest injury for Brazil superstar will keep him out for a while.

Thousands in Europe march against Turkey’s Syria offensive

Europe voices protest to Turkey’s attack on Syria.

10,000 set to lose jobs in HSBC as bank cuts cost

Earlier cuts announced in August after CEO's abrupt resignation.

Wu becomes first Chinese goalscorer in Europe

Wu Lei finished off a slick pass by Matia Vargas by dinking the ball over CSKA goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev.

Sarri wants Juve to ‘lighten up’ in Champions League quest

Former Chelsea boss is expecting a good result against Bayer Leverkusen.

Defensive discipline Real’s only saving grace

Weekend's goalless draw with Atletico Madrid marks the first time Real kept three straight cleansheets in the league under their French boss.

Ramsey gamble paying off at Juventus

The 28-year-old has impressed in his first three league games.

Migrants riot after blaze kills 2

Rioters angered because firefighters were too slow to respond to the blaze.

Google wins ‘right to be forgotten’ fight with France

Tech giant can continue publishing sensitive information in internet search results globally.

Bank job cuts, mostly in Europe, touching 60,000

Figures underscore weakness of continent’s financial industry.

Honda to cease diesel vehicle sales by 2021

Honda plans making electric cars account for two-thirds of its lineups by 2030.

Saka revels in dream Arsenal debut as young guns shine in...

Bukayo Saka's goal made him the youngest player to score for Arsenal in European competition since Aaron Ramsey in 2008.

Man United boss backs goalscorer Greenwood to play key role

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says Mason Greenwood has vindicated the club’s decision not to sign a striker.

Zidane slams Real’s lack of intensity in PSG defeat

Zinedine Zidane says the defeat to PSG can’t be blamed on one individual.

Pochettino criticises players as Tottenham blow lead in Athens

Mauricio Pochettino is not happy with his team’s performance saying Spurs lack aggression.

PSG thrash Real in Champions League opener as Man City cruise

Angel Di Maria put on a display against Real Madrid as his brace sent PSG on their way to a convincing victory.

Greenwood takes centre stage as Solskjaer turns to Man Utd kids

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says Mason Greenwood is one of the best finishers he has ever seen.

Ancelotti not giving way to ‘euphoria’ over Liverpool win

Carlo Ancelotti says beating Liverpool is just one victory and does not want to get carried away.

Spurs’ belief over profile key for European success, says Lloris

Hugo Lloris says Tottenham’s belief, talent and discipline will again carry them towards a deep run in the Champions League.

No need to fear European palm oil boycott, says commodities expert

A former economics lecturer says even if Europe completely stops the use of palm oil tomorrow and prices drop, the market will find ways to put the commodity to its best use.

Europe take one-point Solheim Cup lead into day 2

Team Europe are well placed going into day 2 of the Solheim Cup.

Europe’s clubs divided over Champions League reform

Some argue the reforms will make fans gradually lose interest in domestic leagues and those leagues would be further economically damaged.

European Leagues want fairer spread of riches in future

UEFA wants to revamp its club competitions from 2024 onwards and is currently working with the European Club Association on possible formats.