The dangers concerned in resuming the English Premier League had been underscored Sunday after a Brighton participant contracted the coronavirus as golf equipment put together for recent talks on how they’ll create secure situations to play once more throughout the pandemic.
Brighton chief govt Paul Barber stated the membership’s COVID-19 case was “a priority,” with gamers nonetheless solely coaching individually on the membership. It reinforces how gamers might doubtlessly unfold the coronavirus if the federal government approves the reintroduction of group coaching and lifts the shutdown of sports activities that has been in place since March.
The 20 Premier League golf equipment are on account of maintain a convention name on Monday. Though followers is not going to be allowed in stadiums, the league’s “Challenge Restart” faces resistance from golf equipment who is not going to approve plans to make use of impartial venues.
SPAIN: The Spanish league says 5 gamers from golf equipment within the nation’s first and second divisions have examined constructive for COVID-19.
They’re all with out signs and might be allowed to observe after testing adverse in additional testing. They may want two adverse outcomes to be allowed to come back again.
The league has not named the gamers nor disclosed their golf equipment.
Spain this week began loosening a number of the lockdown measures that had been in place since mid-March due to the coronavirus pandemic, permitting soccer gamers to renew coaching individually.
FRENCH OPEN: The clay-court event at Roland Garros might be held with out followers later this yr, the president of the French Tennis Federation stated.
It was initially slated to be held Might 24-June 7, however was postponed amid the coronavirus pandemic and rescheduled for Sept. 20-Oct. 4.
Bernard Giudicelli instructed French newspaper Le Journal du Dimanche that organizers are contemplating the prospect it’d have to go forward with out followers current. It might even begin one week later.
NHL: The Anaheim Geese have signed defenseman Brendan Guhle to a two-year, $1.6 million contract extension and signed ahead Sam Carrick to a one-year extension price $700,000.
Guhle, 22, has 4 objectives and 4 assists in 30 video games this season for the Geese. Carrick, 28, has performed 9 NHL video games this season, getting one aim and one help.
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