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Suarez case: Juventus director probed over footballer's Italian exam (2020)

Luis Suarez took the language test earlier this year



The sporting director of Italian football club Juventus has been placed under investigation over an alleged attempt to "speed up" Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez's bid for citizenship.

The striker took a language exam as part of a proposed move to the team.

Read more: Suarez case: Juventus director probed over footballer's Italian exam (2020)

Diego Maradona: Napoli rename stadium after late club legend (2020)

Fans gathered at Napoli's stadium to lay tributes to Diego Maradona after his death

 

Napoli have renamed their stadium after late club legend Diego Maradona.

Former Argentina attacking midfielder and manager Maradona, who died aged 60 in November, led the Italian side to two Serie A titles, in 1987 and 1990.

Read more: Diego Maradona: Napoli rename stadium after late club legend (2020)

Premier League makes face masks mandatory for returning fans (2020)

Arsenal were the first Premier League side to welcome fans back for their Europa League tie against Rapid Vienna on Thursday



Fans attending Premier League matches will have to wear a face covering at all times to protect against Covid-19 transmission and will be asked not to sing or chant excessively.

The Premier League agreed on the protocols at a meeting on Thursday.

Read more: Premier League makes face masks mandatory for returning fans (2020)

Europa League Report (2020): 'Special night' as Arsenal win in front of 2,000 fans

Alexandre Lacazette's opener ended his eight-game goal drought for the Gunners



Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta said the return of fans to Emirates Stadium as they outclassed Rapid Vienna in the Europa League made it a "very special night".

It had been 271 days since Arsenal fans had last been at their home, for the victory against West Ham United on 7 March - and how the 2,000 allowed in relished watching the Gunners confirm their dominance of Group B.

Read more: Europa League Report (2020): 'Special night' as Arsenal win in front of 2,000 fans

Europa League Report (2020): Mourinho questions attitude of some players as Tottenham reach last 32

Gareth Bale's penalty was Tottenham's only shot on target in the first half



Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho questioned the attitude of some of his players as Spurs drew 3-3 at LASK to progress to the Europa League knockout stages.

Substitute Dele Alli put Spurs ahead from the spot before Mamoudou Karamoko curled past Joe Hart in added time to earn the Austrians a deserved draw.

Read more: Europa League Report (2020): Mourinho questions attitude of some players as Tottenham reach last 32


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