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Tottenham furlough staff with 550 employees taking 20 per cent pay cuts as accounts show Daniel Levy is

Tottenham have followed Newcastle’s lead and become the second Premier League club to furlough staff amid the coronavirus pandemic. The financial fallout from the COVID-19 crisis has begun to show, and Spurs are reacting by giving non-playing staff a 20 per cent pay cut. AFP or licensors England is in lockdown as a result of…

Sports news LIVE: Police investigate as Villa’s Grealish pictured at car crash, Whyte vs Povetkin OFF, Kane t

News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. The world's biggest sports radio station All Football LATEST Live Blog By talkSPORT 30th March 2020, 12:17 pm Updated: 30th March 2020, 12:17 pm

Daniel Ricciardo EXCLUSIVE: Formula 1 season to start in July says Renault driver, who concedes: ‘But really,

Renault driver Daniel Ricciardo has given hope to Formula 1 fans by revealing to talkSPORT when the 2020 season could finally start. However, the potential date would mean at least TWO more Grands Prix could be postponed to join the eight races already removed from the calendar. The coronavirus pandemic led to the cancellation of…

Manchester United legend Rio Ferdinand says Premier League should be scrapped due to coronavirus pandemic,

Rio Ferdinand wants the 2019/20 Premier League season to be scrapped if there is no ‘immediate’ solution in the next few weeks. All matches have been suspended until at least April 30 due to the coronavirus pandemic, which has infected more than 600,000 people worldwide. Getty Rio Ferdinand’s comments will not go down well with Liverpool…

How a conversation with one of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s coaches saved Fred’s Manchester United career

Fred’s transformation at Manchester United this season has been nothing short of remarkable. The Brazilian midfielder had a dismal first season at Old Trafford following his £47million move from Shakhtar Donetsk and was criticised for his ineffectiveness on the pitch. AFP or licensors Fred has been one of United’s best players this season However, this…

ITV make every single Euro 96 match available to watch from May with Euro 2020 postponed until next summer

nostalgia No Euro 2020? No problem! England fans can get their football fix this summer with ITV Hub delving into their archives to show every match from Euro 96 from May. Fans can look back at all the remarkable moments involving Gazza, El Tel in the ‘Football’s Coming Home’ series that will air all 31…

Borussia Dortmund, Bayer Leverkusen, Bayern Munich and RB Leipzig pledge €20m to support fellow German teams

Bundesliga’s quartet of Champions League clubs have come together to donate €20million (£18m) in order to help the rest of the German top-flight avoid a financial crisis amid the coronavirus pandemic. The league is set to be resumed in early April but its organising body (DFL) has advised it to be postponed further until at…

UFC star Joanna Jedrzejczyk reveals incredible recovery from horrific hematoma suffered against Zhang Weili

back to normal By Joe Coleman 26th March 2020, 5:00 pm Updated: 26th March 2020, 5:02 pm Joanna Jedrzejczyk has made a stunning recovery after suffering a horrific hematoma during her fight with Zhang Weili. The former strawwweight world champion put on a brave display as she went down swinging at UFC 248 in the…

Coronavirus in sport live updates: Decision on Wimbledon 2020 to be made next week, National League scraps

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Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United stars among players to launch #FootballUnited campaign against

Premier League players, including Callum Wilson and Hector Bellerin, have launched the #FootballUnited initiative, which aims to raise money for local communities affected by coronavirus. The other top flight stars fronting the campaign, which aims to raise at least £100,000, are Manchester United full-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Chelsea defender Reece James and Crystal Palace winger Andros…

Man City boss Pep Guardiola donates £920,000 to help fight coronavirus pandemic in Spain

generous By Josh Fordham 24th March 2020, 10:04 pm Pep Guardiola has donated £920,000 (€1million) to help fight coronavirus in Spain. The Man City manager is back in Barcelona while the pandemic has forced the Premier League, along with most other football across the globe, to suspend. AFP or licensors Pep Guardiola has made a…

Former Manchester United winger Ashley Young shares coronavirus advice from lockdown in Italy

Ashley Young has shared his own advice on how to stay safe during the coronavirus pandemic. The former Manchester United winger joined Inter Milan in January before COVID-19 put a halt to football across Europe. Getty Images - Getty Ashley Young joined Inter Milan in January Italy is one of the worst affected country in…
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Tony Boselli recovering after COVID-19 hospitalization

An NFL great is recovering this week after spending five days in the hospital with COVID-19. Former Jaguars tackle Tony Boselli on Thursday revealed the details of his battle with the illness he contracted as a result of the new coronavirus pandemic currently gripping the world. In an interview with the Florida Times-Union, Boselli described…

NFL considering 2 different draft scenarios for teams

With the COVID-19 pandemic forcing teams to adjust their offseason activities and draft preparation, the NFL on Thursday provided guidelines for all 32 teams on draft-day operations based on communications between the league's management council, and club counsel and conversations with league and team IT departments. The league issued a memo, obtained by NFL Network's…

Sports news LIVE: Belgian League cancelled, Tottenham’s Son set for military service, Norwich pledge £200k to

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Coronavirus pandemic means Premier League might ditch VAR when season resumes over social distancing issues

The Premier League could abandon the use of VAR when the 2019/20 season gets back under way, reports claim. The coronavirus pandemic has suspended matches in England’s top-flight until at least April 30, and it is believed when football does return it will be played behind closed doors for some time. Getty Images - Getty…