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'I miss racing every day', says F1's Hamilton

Tue, Apr. 28, 2020

World champion Lewis Hamilton said Formula One's coronavirus suspension had left a "big void" in his life as the sport waits to see if it can return in July.

Should the Premier League season be cancelled?

Tue, Apr. 28, 2020

Will Liverpool get the chance to end their long wait for the Premier League title or will there forever be an asterisk against a season that remains unfinished due to coronavirus?

Spanish govt says no guarantee football resumes before summer

Mon, Apr. 27, 2020

Spain's health minister Salvador Illa said Sunday it would be "imprudent" to promise the football season would restart before the summer as the country took steps to ease one of the world's toughest coronavirus lockdowns.

No champions as Dutch league becomes first in Europe to end season

Mon, Apr. 27, 2020

The Dutch football federation (KNVB) called an end to the 2019-20 season on Friday, as the Eredivisie became the first top European league called off due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Arsenal players allowed back to training ground

Sun, Apr. 26, 2020

Arsenal's squad will be allowed back to their training ground from next week, although the club stressed they would still have to maintain British government guidelines designed to combat the spread of the coronavirus.

Premier League come up with concrete proposals to finish season: report

Sun, Apr. 26, 2020

The English Premier League are eyeing a resumption of the season on June 8, behind closed doors due to the coronavirus pandemic, and reaching a climax on July 27, according to The Times.

Dutch top flight likely over after government extends ban

Wed, Apr. 22, 2020

The Dutch football federation (KNVB) announced on Tuesday its intention to call an end to the season, subject to discussions with UEFA, following the government's decision to extend a ban on large gatherings until September due to the coronavirus pandemic

Arsenal players and boss Arteta agree coronavirus pay cut

Tue, Apr. 21, 2020

Arsenal became the first Premier League club to agree a coronavirus pay cut with their players as manager Mikel Arteta and his stars slashed their wages by 12.5 percent on Monday.


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