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MANCHESTER UNITED PLANNING TO RESUME TRAINING ON MAY 18 – ANDREAS PEREIRA

MANCHESTER UNITED PLANNING TO RESUME TRAINING ON MAY 18 – ANDREAS PEREIRA

Players from other Premier League clubs, including Arsenal and Tottenham, have already returned to their training facilities under strict conditions, while the majority of top-flight squads remain in self-isolation. United players who were based abroad during the coronavirus outbreak have been told to return to the UK and Pereira has confirmed plans are in place to restart...

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BUNDESLIGA CLEARED TO RESTART SEASON ON MAY 16 AFTER GOVERNMENT APPROVAL

BUNDESLIGA CLEARED TO RESTART SEASON ON MAY 16 AFTER GOVERNMENT APPROVAL

The government said the Bundesliga and second-tier 2. Bundesliga could re-start in the second half of May without spectators, adding the German football league (DFL) would decide on the exact dates. Football in Germany has been suspended since mid-March, with coronavirus having infected over 150,000 people in the country so far. Almost 6,300 people have...

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OFFICIAL: LA LIGA CONFIRMS THE RETURN OF CLUBS TO INDIVIDUAL TRAINING

OFFICIAL: LA LIGA CONFIRMS THE RETURN OF CLUBS TO INDIVIDUAL TRAINING

La Liga have confirmed that clubs will return to individual training this week with the aim of restarting the 2019-20 season in June In accordance with the Return to Training Protocol that LaLiga has drawn up with medical experts, professional players from LaLiga Santander and LaLiga SmartBank – the first and second divisions of professional football in Spain –...

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WOLVES CONFIRMS RETURN TO TRAINING

WOLVES CONFIRMS RETURN TO TRAINING

Premier League side Wolves have asked their players and management to return to their training ground to start training. Wolves plan to return to action next Monday, as all players will be tested for the coronavirus and step up their training sessions which will become more intensive. The plan is then for them to train...

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ITALIAN FOOTBAL TEAM HAVE BEEN GIVEN PERMISSION FROM THE GOVERNMENT TO RESUME TRAINING FROM MONDAY

ITALIAN FOOTBAL TEAM HAVE BEEN GIVEN PERMISSION FROM THE GOVERNMENT TO RESUME TRAINING FROM MONDAY

Centres were supposed to remain closed for two more weeks but the government has given permission for individual practice sessions to resume Italian football teams have been given permission from the government to resume training from Monday. The government had initially declared that as of May 4 citizens can exercise in parks and athletes involved...

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US WOMEN’S SOCCER TEAM CLAIM FOR EQUAL PAY RULED AGAINST BY JUDGE

US WOMEN’S SOCCER TEAM CLAIM FOR EQUAL PAY RULED AGAINST BY JUDGE

In a 32-page ruling, Judge Gary Klausner of the US District Court for Central California in Los Angeles tossed the women’s claim of pay discrimination, ruling in favour of the United States Soccer Federation. Klausner did allow the women’s case for unfair treatment in areas such as travel, housing and medical support to proceed to...

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PSG CROWNED LIGUE 1 CHAMPIONS AND LYON MISS OUT ON CHAMPIONS LEAGUE AFTER CORONAVIRUS CANCELLATION

PSG CROWNED LIGUE 1 CHAMPIONS AND LYON MISS OUT ON CHAMPIONS LEAGUE AFTER CORONAVIRUS CANCELLATION

Thomas Tuchel’s men retain their domestic title despite being unable to see out their remaining fixtures due to the Covid-19 crisis PSG Crowned ligue 1 champions following cancellation of the 2019-20 season, Goal can confirm, with Lyon missing out on European football for the first time since 1997. Earlier this month, the LFP (Ligue de Football Professionnel) outlined plans to...

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FIFA proposes up to 5 substitutions per match on a temporary basis

FIFA proposes up to 5 substitutions per match on a temporary basis

 FIFA has proposed that teams should be allowed to make up to five substitutions per match, instead of the usual three, as a temporary measure to help cope with potential fixture congestion in the aftermath of the novel Coronavirus outbreak. Football has been at a standstill since mid-March but many leagues and federations are still...

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West Ham, Brighton players return to training grounds

West Ham, Brighton players return to training grounds

    West Ham, Brighton and Arsenal opened their training grounds to players on Monday as Premier League clubs took steps towards a potential re-start. The English top-flight is reportedly eyeing a resumption of the season on June 8 behind closed doors due to the coronavirus pandemic. “Project Restart” could see the 20 Premier League...

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FIFA proposes up to 5 substitutions per match on a temporary basis

FIFA proposes up to 5 substitutions per match on a temporary basis

    FIFA has proposed that teams should be allowed to make up to five substitutions per match, instead of the usual three, as a temporary measure to help cope with potential fixture congestion in the aftermath of the novel Coronavirus outbreak. Football has been at a standstill since mid-March but many leagues and federations...