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Sep 19, 2019
French football federation votes to suspend League Cup competition from next seasonThe current edition of France's League Cup will be the last as the tournament has been suspended from next year, reason being its failure to find takers for TV rights
May 16, 2019
German and French football leagues reject proposal to create closed Champions League from 2024 onwardsThe German and French football leagues have both rejected a proposal to create a near-closed Champions League from 2024 onwards, adding to widespread opposition to the plan.
Feb 21, 2019
Social norms keep Indian women out of labour market; focus on behaviour change, non-cognitive skills could bring turnaroundAnalysis of previous NSSO rounds shows that the Indian labour market lost 1.96 crore women workforce between 2004 and 2011 and 53 percent of this drop occurred in rural India
Jan 28, 2019
Ligue 1: Marseille to play upcoming games behind closed doors as punishment for firecrackers thrown onto pitch by fansMarseille lost Friday's game against Lille 2-1 but the match was held up by more than 30 minutes in the second half after a firecracker was thrown from the stands
Dec 12, 2018
Ligue 1: Two matches scheduled for weekend set to be postponed due to shortage of available police personnelLast Saturday, protests in Nantes, where one Ligue 1 match is scheduled to be played, resulted in 13 arrests and injuries to five police officers and three protesters.
Nov 12, 2016
First ever female president of European football's big leagues elected in FranceNathalie Boy De La Tour became the first female president of European football's big leagues when she took over the French Professional Football League.
Jun 20, 2015
Spanish football league confirms pact to sell broadcasting rightsJavier Tebas, president the Spanish national professional soccer league (LFP), has confirmed after a general meeting that a broadcasting rights agreement was reached with the 38 clubs.
May 14, 2015
Spanish court suspends players' strike, La Liga matches to go ahead this weekendA Spanish court on Thursday suspended a planned strike by footballers in protest against a new TV rights law, which threatened to shut down the country's top league at the weekend.
May 08, 2015
Spanish league takes legal steps against plan to suspend gamesSpanish law gave the LFP the right to organise professional competition and set the calendar for matches, the league argued.
Dec 14, 2006
Epson Goes The Eco-Friendly WayEpson switches to environmentally-conscious standardized packaging for LFP ink cartridges.