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Football legend Maradona dies

The Argentinian icon died at his home on Wednesday, two weeks after having surgery on a blood clot in his brain

Pundits cling to football’s racial tropes

A study of European 2019 season commentary suggests prejudice is alive and kicking, but Black Lives Matter and Covid-19 may be changing this

Rehumanising Diego Maradona

In two recent documentaries, we finally get up close to the complicated sadness of Argentina’s original football deity

Covid-19 red cards major events

Sporting events, from football and tennis to rugby and cycling, on this year’s calendar are in doubt

How the coronavirus has hit global sport

Here is a look at the effects on sport of the coronavirus, which on Monday had killed over 3 800 people while infecting more than 110 000 in over 100 countries

Fans aim to clean up Lazio’s image

The Laziale and Anti-Fascist group is working to distance the club from its right-wing supporters

Inter fans say monkey chants aren’t racist

L’Urlo della Nord, told the forward in an open letter published on its Facebook page that he was seeing racism where there was none

High-flying Juve crash back to earth with Genoa defeat

Juventus had won 24 of their 27 previous matches in Serie A this season with three draws, including a 1-1 stalemate against Genoa

Mighty Phil Masinga’s final whistle

The footballer's prodigious physique was matched by his heart and mind — and when history called, he answered.

Juve eight points clear as Napoli held by bottom club Chievo

Title-chasing Napoli was held to a goalless draw by bottom club Chievo

Ronaldo makes winning home debut as Juventus beat Lazio

Ronaldo's still waiting for his first competitive goal in Italy

Racist Italian fans put the boot in

“If you say you are against racism, you risk people saying you’re a communist”

Juventus thrash Cagliari to win Serie A title

Juventus won its 28th Serie A title after defeating Cagliari 2-0 to stay unbeaten and AC Milan lost 4-2 to Inter Milan in the next-to-last round.

Juve and Inter battle for the top

Juventus have beaten arch rivals Inter Milan 2-0 in Turin to keep the pressure on AC Milan at the top of the Serie A table.

Juve game more mental than physical, says Allegri

AC Milan coach Massimiliano Allegri believes Sunday's crunch Serie A clash against Juventus will be more of a mental battle than a physical one.

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