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NBAPA executive: Many more players will catch coronavirus
Seven NBA players, including Brooklyn superstar Kevin Durant and three other unnamed Nets have tested positive for the virus.
Sydney Film Festival Is Canceled Due to Coronavirus
The Sydney Film Festival, set to have taken place in June in Australia’s most populous city, has been canceled.
Festival organizers called the move a “responsible decision – albeit a devastating one.”
The festival had been planned to take place June 3-14, 2020, and organizers did not offer an alternative date later this year. Instead they said that the SFF will return in 2021 “with a more crucial role than ever before.”
More to follow.
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Cristiano Ronaldo sunbathes topless while self isolating as Georgina Rodriguez heads shopping during Madeira lockdown – The Sun
The Juventus forward is currently back in his native Madeira, where the 35-year-old is in lockdown with his four children due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Arsenal in transfer talks to sell Henrikh Mkhitaryan to Roma for £20m despite £160,000-a-week wages – The Sun
ARSENAL are in negotiations to sell £160,000-a-week flop Henrikh Mkhitaryan to Roma, according to reports.
The Armenian has spent the season on loan at the Serie A club and has made 17 appearances in all competitions this campaign.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta is keen to offload the midfielder as he plots a summer overhaul of players.
The Spaniard wants to reduce the wage bill and bring in extra transfer funds in order to land his transfer targets.
Premier League clubs face £750m fine from Sky Sports and BT Sport if coronavirus ends season early – The Sun
PREMIER LEAGUE clubs face a whopping £750million fine from Sky Sports and BT Sport if coronavirus ends the season early.
Top-flight clubs could enter an ugly battle with the broadcasting giants for a potential breach of their contract.
Northampton Saints bracing themselves for £1.6million loss if Premiership season can’t be completed over coronavirus – The Sun
NORTHAMPTON SAINTS are bracing themselves for a £1.6million loss if the Premiership season can't be completed due to coronavirus.
But chief executive Mark Darbon believes the club are in a strong enough position to bounce back if the worst-case scenario were to happen.
Chelsea re-open Cobham training ground today as Lampard reveals Hudson-Odoi has made ‘great progress’ from coronavirus – The Sun
CHELSEA boss Frank Lampard has revealed Callum Hudsonn-Odoi is recovering well after it was confirmed the teenage winger contracted coronavirus.
The Blues have re-opened their Cobham training ground on Wednesday, though anyone who was in close contact with the 19-year-old remains in self-isolation.
Phil Taylor and Raymond van Barneveld could face each other one last time… in VIRTUAL darts in living rooms – The Sun
PHIL TAYLOR and Raymond van Barneveld could face each other one more time – in their own living rooms.
SunSport understands the two greatest darts players in history are in talks to give sports-starved fans a much-needed fix.
Uefa president Ceferin denies Liverpool will be crowned champions if coronavirus cancels Premier League season – The Sun
Jurgen Klopp's side are just two wins away from securing their first Premier League title in 30 years.
Glastonbury Musical Festival Cancels 2020 Edition Due To Coronavirus Disruption
The Glastonbury musical festival is the latest big-scale entertainment event to cancel over coronavirus fears.
The organisation announced the news today on its website, saying 2020 would be an “enforced fallow year”.
“Clearly this was not a course of action we hoped to take for our 50th anniversary event, but following the new government measures announced this week – and in times of such unprecedented uncertainty – this is now our only viable option,” fest heads wrote.