Football: Batistuta attracts United's interest
Wednesday 13 May 1998
Burnley player-manager Chris Waddle has parted company with the Second Division club by "mutual consent". Oldham have appointed Andy Ritchie as their new manager, while Keith Stevens is to take up the reins at Millwall after 16 years with the club as a player.
Next Wednesday's European Cup final between Juventus and Real Madrid could be moved from Amsterdam because legal limits on noise will prevent extra flights arriving and leaving from the city's airport.
The Dutch ministry of transport said yesterday it could not change the law to allow the additional flights. The Juventus team flight and around 160 charter flights for supporters have also been refused permission to land.
England's World Cup group rivals Colombia may have to travel to France without Carlos Valderrama. He owes the French authorities nearly pounds 20,000 in unpaid tax dating from his two seasons with Montpellier in the 1980s.
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