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  • Whisky, clubs, music: Karachi’s nightlife behind closed doors

    Clubs such as Playboy, Excelsior, Oasis, Samar, Club 007 all competed to be the place to be seen by Karachi’s hip young crowd...

    Velvet undergroundIt came as a serious blow to the clubs but failed to eradicate the thirst for a nightlife, as today, most parties happen behind the closed doors and high walls of private homes...

  • German football clubs to wear refugee logos

    Individually, most Bundesliga clubs are either setting up or supporting initiatives to help the refugees...

    Last week, the German Football Association (DFB) announced a three-year extension to their “1-0 for a welcome” programme, which sees some 600 clubs involved with projects to integrate immigrants through football...

  • Bundesliga clubs to wear refugee logos

    BERLIN: All 36 teams in Germany’s top two leagues will wear “We’re helping! #refugeeswelcome” logos on their shirts in this weekend’s fixtures to encourage fans to help amidst Europe’s immigration crisis...

    The logo will appear on the left sleeve of each club’s shirt and is a joint initiative between logistics company Hermes, who have waived the right to have their logo displayed for one weekend, and German daily Bild
  • Big clubs need big managers, boasts Mourinho

    LONDON: Jose Mourinho boasted that giant clubs needed the best managers as he took over at Manchester United on Friday...

    “It comes in the right moment in my career because Manchester United is one of these clubs where you need really to be prepared for it because it is what I used to call a giant club...

  • Spurs, City qualify on good night for English clubs

    PARIS: English clubs shone in the Champions League on Wednesday as Tottenham Hotspur humbled Real Madrid and Manchester City beat Napoli to secure their places in the knockout stages with two games remaining...

    Liverpool made it three wins from three for English clubs with a straightforward 3-0 victory over Slovenian outsiders NK Maribor and can qualify by beating Sevilla in their next game...

  • Manchester clubs triumph again as United stars return

    LONDON: Premier League leaders Manchester City brushed aside Leicester City 2-0 for their 16th successive win in all competitions as Manchester United welcomed back long-term absentees Paul Pogba and Zlatan Ibrahimovic in a 4-1 rout of Newcastle United...

    With Tottenham Hotspur losing ground after a 2-0 derby defeat at neighbours Arsenal, the league continues to look an argument between Manchester’s big two who are separated by eight...
  • Ex-CM concerned at closure of press clubs in Balochistan

    ISLAMABAD: Dr Abdul Malik Baloch, a former chief minister of Balochistan and leader of the National Party, on Wednesday expressed concern over forced closure of several press clubs in the province and stoppage of newspaper distribution in Gwadar, Turbat, Khuzdar and some other areas...

    After the expiry of the deadline, the militants forcibly shut down several press clubs and warned hawkers of consequences if they continued...

  • Bodybuilders’ deaths spark calls for regulating clubs

    Three of these deaths were reportedly by sudden heart failure and these left a trail of questions about how the so-called health clubs operate today and what kind of food supplements they frequently recommend...

    Most of the regular and recognised bodybuilders’ associations deny encouraging usage of muscle-developing steroids, but they do concede there may be individual clubs and trainers, helped by unregulated steroid market,...

  • Premier League clubs’ transfer spending nears 500m

    LONDON: Premier League clubs have already splashed out 475 million ($631 million, 562 million euros) since the transfer window reopened in July, according to business analysts Deloitte...

    “The prospect of increased revenue from the new broadcast deals next season has encouraged Premier League clubs to invest in this window in order to be as competitive as possible,” Alex Thorpe, senior manager in the sports business group at Deloitte,...

  • European Clubs against 40-team World Cup

    PARIS: The European Club Association (ECA) insisted on Tuesday that extending the World Cup from 32 to 40 teams would put too much burden on clubs and inflict physical overload on players...

    “The clubs acknowledge the importance of national teams to the federations but we have a responsibility to the players,” Gandini explained...

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