• PA Media: Sport

    Incoming Liverpool boss Arne Slot found Anfield job offer ‘difficult to ignore’

    The Dutchman will replace Jurgen Klopp on June 1.

  • The Canadian Press

    Juventus rallies from 3-0 down to draw with Bologna in first match without Allegri

    BOLOGNA, Italy (AP) — In its first match since Massimiliano Allegri was fired, Juventus came from 3-0 down to draw with Bologna 3-3 in Serie A on Monday. Allegri was sacked on Friday, two days after berating the referees while winning the Italian Cup final. Under-19 coach Pablo Montero agreed to oversee Juve's last two games. Bologna, third, and Juventus, fourth on goal difference, have already qualified for the Champions League next season but played like they hadn't. A double by Riccardo Calaf

  • The Canadian Press

    Toronto FC expects spirited cup rematch with semi-pro CS Saint-Laurent

    Semi-pro CS Saint-Laurent won Toronto FC's respect in the first leg of their Canadian Championship quarterfinal despite the 3-0 score in the MLS club's favour. And Toronto coach John Herdman expects the Ligue1 Quebec champion to "play with no fear" Tuesday in the return game at BMO Field. "They've experienced it once before. They know we're only human and they've seen that in the first leg," said Herdman. "So I imagine they'll come in with some confidence and, I guess, (with) that pressure off."

  • The Canadian Press

    Toronto FC continues to work on roster, waiving Canadian forward Jordan Perruzza

    Toronto FC, continuing to winnow its roster, has waived forward Jordan Perruzza. The move comes 13 days after the MLS team parted ways with fellow Canadian striker Au Akinola via a mutual termination of his contract. Toronto also waived veteran forward Adama Diomande in late February. According to the MLS Players Association, Perruzza was making US$139,000 this season. The 23-year-old Perruzza joined the Toronto academy in January 2013 and signed a homegrown contract with the first team in Augus