Round-Up: Chinese fake golf goods raids, J.League keeps spectator cap, Malaysian football privatisation drive, and more

Tokyo governor Yuriko Koike

Chinese police, working with the US Golf Manufacturers Anti-Counterfeiting Working Group, seized more than 120,000 counterfeit golf products in raids of online golf retailers in four cities. The products carried brand names including Titleist, TaylorMade, PXG, Ping, Callaway and XXIO - Golf Week

Japanese football's J.League confirmed it will continue restricting spectator numbers to 5,000 per match until at least the end of September, in line with a government ruling this week. The league will begin allowing fans to clap inside stadiums from September 7, but cheering and 'high fives' remain prohibited. A ban on alcohol sales in stadiums will remain in place - Japan Today

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