Despite clubs — many of which are owned by multi-billionaire businessmen — earning billions of dollars from the current television rights deal, several have already taken the decision to place non-playing staff on temporary leave, while continuing to pay their players vast sums.
Pictures appeared on social media of Mourinho holding a makeshift training session for midfielder Tanguy Ndombele, whilst Davinson Sanchez and Ryan Sessegnon were seen running together in breach of the two-meter requirement.
Billie Jean King ‘thrilled’ tennis center being used as emergency hospital to help coronavirus relief
Home to the US Open, the centre is being used as a 350-bed emergency hospital. King, 76, stressed that it was the people working in the center, based in Queens, New York, who should be celebrated. “Every time I wake up, I go out and have coffee in the morning and these first responders are getting up to go back again and to help those people who totally need it,” she said.
Both men, who were being held in a prison in Asunción, appeared in court via a video conference on Tuesday.
Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy said Tuesday he hopes to have his team return to its facilities on May 1, a proposed timetable that would defy federal social-distancing guidelines and was quickly disputed by the university and its athletic director.
Mike Gundy, college football’s self-appointed resident social scientist, thinks it’s time to get back to football. May 1, preferably, but he’ll accept two weeks later.
The Mississippi State athletic director on Tuesday made his first official comment on a controversial Mike Leach tweet, stating that the university was “disappointed” in the meme.
Newly elected basketball Hall of Famer Kevin Garnett is thrilled to be part of a star-studded class that also includes Tim Duncan and the late Kobe Bryant. However, when he reflects on his 21-year NBA career, he still bears some resentment over the way he was treated by the Minnesota Timberwolves.
PHOENIX — People are dying across the world.There remains no vaccine for COVID-19.And Major League Baseball is worried about starting a season as soon as possible, bringing in about about 3,000 players and team officials from across the nation, including dozens of countries, magically guarantee that everyone is insulated and coronavirus-free, and act like this is for the good of the country.
Edmonton Oilers forward Colby Cave has been placed in a medically induced coma after suffering a brain bleed.