Boxer Billy Joe Saunders apologizes after images have appeared in which he taught men how to hit female partners if they argue during the coronavirus blockade
- British fighter Billy Joe Saunders filmed quarantine advisory men on how to beat women
- Then he apologized and said he does not condone & # 39; domestic violence & # 39; on Twitter
- Earlier this month, he apologized to call Delta Airlines to tell them that his friends were infected with COVID-19, while they were not
- ] Coronavirus symptoms were: what are they and should you see a doctor?
Boxing champion Billy Joe Saunders apologized after footage emerged. from him who taught men how to beat their female partners if they argued during the lockout of coronavirus .
In a leaked WhatsApp video, the super middleweight world champion shoots in the heavy bag hanging in his shed, while commenting on how men can hit their partners in a row during isolation.
"I just wanted to make a movie for you fathers, husbands, if you have girlfriends," Saunders told the camera.
& # 39; It is clear that this Covid-19 is getting very serious and we are isolated in the right spaces.
& # 39; When your old woman shuts up and tries patience try to be calm, cool, but after the sixth day ay you are about to explode.
& # 39; All of a sudden she comes up to you, spitting a little poison in your face, ready to say something, maybe you left out the dishes, I don't know what you did, but you have them upset her. So when she comes in she is about to say something, suddenly you explode and hit her on the chin, & # 39; on the word & # 39; explode & # 39 ;, punches Saunders in the bag with his right hand.
& # 39; Right now she can see flashes and white and think: & # 39; What happened? & # 39 ;, She is in a state of horror & # 39 ;, added the pro boxer.
& # 39; She doesn't know what's going on and suddenly you dive on that knee and finish her off, & # 39; here Saunders swings in for a sharp left hook.
& # 39; That should get started & # 39 ;, he said.
Shortly after the video was published by the Mirror, Saunders took to Twitter claiming that he would never endorse 'domestic violence'.
& # 39; If I saw a man touching a woman, I would beat him up myself. I have a daughter and if a man put a finger on her, it would end well [sic].
& # 39; Apologies if I offended women stay blessed x. & # 39;
Earlier this month, Saunders confessed to his embarrassment after a phone call to an airline saw three of his boxing buddies throw off a flight. He claimed he was only trying to make Delta airlines aware that one of them had coronavirus -like symptoms.
An audio clip went viral on social media after Saunders burst out laughing when he remembered fooling his friend to show his flight details before calling Delta airlines saying, "He has coronavirus and he gets on the plane. & # 39;
The 30-year-old boxer from Welwyn Garden City first came into disrepute in 2018 after being filmed in two Instagram videos, in which he asked drug addict Lyndsey Fox, 37, for a Sex act in exchange for £ 150 of crack cocaine and told her to hit a member of the public.
The fighter was fined £ 100,000 and reprimanded for having discredited the sport.
Premier League can take a hit of £ 1.2 billion if the season is ended with doubts as to whether the league is insured for money it owes Sky and BT
- to be. The Premier League could lose £ 1.2 billion if the season is not finished
- Doubts exist if League is insured for money they would Sky and BT
- Head of Bundesliga are due. Believes The Great European Competition Would Be Covered
- Coronavirus Symptoms : What Are They and Should You See a Doctor?
Doubts have been raised as to whether the Prime Minister League may or may not be insured for the £ 762 million they would owe Sky and BT if the season were not completed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The gigantic sum would be the result of a breach of contract terms agreed for domestic and international television rights.
The Premier League would not comment on the potential losses with which they face, but the head of the German Bundesliga believes that no major European league is covered.
DFL CEO Christian Seifert said, "No league has insurance against pandemics. Leagues are insured for canceled matches and some clubs have tried to insure against a pandemic, but insurance benefits would have been impossibly high. & # 39;
Premier League parties have received their full allotment of money for the season and some are now keen to play games behind closed doors to ensure fixtures are met so they can keep their broadcast earnings .
Many teams rely on the broadcasting income to help them with their own expenses, mainly the wages of players
Sports sponsorship analyst Dr. Peter Rohlmann believes total losses to the Premier League and the 20 clubs could total £ 1.2 billion if the season is to end.
Rohlmann said, "This figure would be really disastrous. It includes missing receipts, hospitality, lost sponsorship, bonuses, catering and merchandise, as well as outstanding television money. & # 39;
However, losses would drop to an estimated £ 170 million if the Premier League season could be completed behind closed doors in & # 39; ghost games & # 39 ;.
According to Rohlmann, the losses would be the result of ticket sales and match day revenues, but the obligations to broadcasters and sponsors would be met.
Seifert said, "No one is a fan of closed-door matches, but they can be the only way to keep clubs in business.
& # 39; Without income from television, sponsorship and gate certificates, we can only survive for a short period of time. Ghost games are the only way to survive in the short term. "
Rohlmann added," It's the same situation for all European football leagues. Given the much smaller loss of match day earnings only for the remaining games, ghost games is a solution that can be described as a smaller evil. & # 39;
Rohlmann's research also estimated that coronavirus could cost European football a staggering £ 4.5 billion if the season is not completed.
The Premier League, Serie A, La Liga, Bundesliga and Ligue 1 incur a combined loss of £ 3.6 billion.
UEFA could lose £ 565 million as a result of Euro 2020 shifted to next year, plus the loss of the Champions League and Europa League, should these leagues be left out.
The Premier League has already stated that their league will not resume until April 30 at the earliest, but that now seems extremely unlikely and another meeting will be held next week.
Burnley suffers from Danny Drinkwater's relapse after the midfielder's comeback was hit by MYSTERY's Injury
- Danny Drinkwater sustained an unspecified injury while away from his club
- Sources say the midfielder has been attacked, but neither club would confirm this.
- Drinking water, on loan from Chelsea, has not played a league game for 18 months
Danny Drinkwater's comeback heap has another hit after hitting an unspecified injury while not at his club.
Drinking water hasn't played a Premier League game in 18 months and this latest setback could put him out for up to fourteen days.
Comeback heap Danny Drinkwater was hit after sustaining an unspecified injury
Burnley and Chelsea declined to comment on how Drinkwater sustained the injury, but is believed to have happened outside the training area.
The former Leicester title winner, 29, who has three English caps, would play QPR on Monday for Burnley's Under 23s, but did not participate.
Frank Lampard wanted to give the Manchester-born midfielder, for whom his club paid £ 35 million, normal football after being frozen at Stamford Bridge under Maurizio Sarri.
However, the new Chelsea boss has an established central midfield from Jorginho, Mateo Kovacic and N & # 39; Golo Kante. After playing alone in Burnley's EFL defeat to Sunderland since his move, Drinkwater – who struggled to stay ahead of Ashley Westwood and Jack Cork – faces another setback. His loan agreement ends on January 6.
Drinking water received critical acclaim and a call for England thanks to its key role in the 2015-16 Premier League title win in Leicester. In May, he was banned from driving for 20 months after plowing his Range Rover through a wall, exceeding twice the legal drink driving limit.
Drinking water was last seen in a game of the highest flight in March 2018, when it started in a defeat at Manchester City.
The FA has been discussing following the example of the RFU by asking senior executives and staff – including the English manager Gareth Southgate – to make temporary pay cuts.
It is intended to help limit losses if the current shutdown continues for several months.
The governing body plans to lose approximately £ 100 million as a result of the coronavirus crisis following the postponement of Euro 2020 and the expected cancellation until dozen other major games and events planned for Wembley.
But with record sales of £ 376 million last year, they are better placed than most sports organizations to take the hit. The FA's priority is to ensure that they are in an operational position to resume football when the government gives its consent.
They also continue to invest in the grassroots game which totaled £ 180m last year – but are considering all options, including cut wages and deferral if necessary later in the year. workers, so further cuts are not needed at the moment.
Renewal of FIFA Grant Agent Fees
FIFA has granted a one-month extension to all National Associations until the deadline for publishing details of agent fees. paid in each of their Member States, which are now due to be published by 30 April.
The FA would publish their list on March 30, with a committee expected to rise from £ 260 million last year to more than £ 300 million for the first time, but have accepted the revised deadline and will publish the figures next month.
As Sportsmail revealed this week, a number of agents are already preparing legal action against clubs that have paid no fees due to the chaos caused by the corona virus.
] Frequently Asked Mings and Gomez
English defenders Joe Gomez and Tyrone Mings become targets of agents after the company representing them, Key Sports Management, this month in a multi was sold to the Wasserman Media Group – £ million deal.
Both players have expressed their satisfaction with the service of long-standing intermediaries John Morris and Warwick Horton – who now work at WMG – but that hasn't stopped rivals in a killer industry trying to disrupt them.
] Bowyer could have made a lot of money
Lee Bowyer's £ 700,000 salary has been criticized by Charlton fans for the financial turmoil in the club, but the manager could earn a lot more if he had benefited from different approaches from rivals.
The former England midfielder rejected a £ 1.2m bid from Huddersfield, before Championship club Danny Cowley was appointed manager last September, due to his loyalty to the Charlton squad he was promoted last season from League One.
Leeds & # 39; salary cut exemption
Leeds made an exception after they reached an agreement with their players to accept a 50 percent deferment of pay above £ 6,000 a week. A member of Marcelo Bielsa & # 39; s team on the first team is busy buying a house for his parents, so his salary will continue to be paid until the purchase is completed.
The actions of the other players will help save Leeds £ 1 million on their monthly paycheck of £ 3 million, paying non-footballing staff during the cut.
The anger of FA's non-league clubs
Non-League clubs have responded poorly to receiving a reminder from the FA requesting and paying for places in next season's FA Cup, FA Trophy and FA Youth Cup are due to take place next Wednesday, despite uncertainty as to whether this year's leagues will be completed.
With small clubs still not processing this week's announcement that all National League competitions have been declared void, the demand for reimbursements for next year's cups has not fallen well.
Brighton & # 39; s Barber takes no chances
Brighton's practice of self-isolation is pushed to the limit by chief executive Paul Barber, who even keeps his distance from members of his own family.
One of Barber & # 39; s daughters works in Liverpool's marketing department and since they both work at the family home during the closure, they keep their distance during working hours for professional and health reasons.
& # 39; It's complete bull ****! & # 39 ;: Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton beat the qualifying suggestion of the & # 39; reverse grids & # 39; F1
Lewis Hamilton, beaten second in the Grid led Satuday's Grand Prix of Singapore to criticize plans to shred the traditional qualifying format for a new reverse grid race.
The revision is being considered by the owners of the sport Liberty for next season.
] They propose to replace the time-tested qualifying with a sprint race on Saturday, which would start with the drivers inverted championship: the leader would be last on the grid and 20th ranked driver first.
Sebastian Vettel ( left) and Lewis Hamilton share a discussion after the qualification of the Singapore GP
The order of Sunday's Grand Prix would then be determined by the result of that mini race.
The idea, conceived by Liberty technical director Ross Brawn, has been discussed with the teams and could be introduced on a trial basis for 2020.
But in Singapore, where Charles Leclerc took his third consecutive pole, several of the leading drivers are outraged by the idea.
Hamilton said with a sigh: & # 39; I don't know what to say. The people who suggested that don't really know what they're talking about. & # 39;
. Vettel said: & # 39; It's complete bull * *** I don't know what genius came up with that This is not the solution It is a totally wrong idea.
& # 39; If we want to improve things, it is clear that we are closer to the field We need to race better. & # 39;
In fairness to Brawn, he's been tasked with enlivening the show. dee would certainly do that, but at what price for the sanctity of the world championship? Probably too high
By what logic should the No. 1 driver be disadvantaged by a handicap? Top sport is not bread and circuses.
Brawn, the respected engineer behind the world championship successes of Michael Schumacher and Jenson Button, said, "I'd like to try a few things in 2020. We have a stable platform by car" 39; s and things don't change that much. It might be a good time to try some variations. & # 39;
Talks between the teams and Liberty are underway.
Ross Brawn has been commissioned to come up with ideas to brighten up the sport
Hamilton was unexpectedly defeated by Leclerc after Ferrari found speed they missed in practice. The Brit qualified 0.191 sec adrift from the Monegask, with Sebastian Vettel dropping his last shot in third.
& # 39; I'm very happy & # 39; said Leclerc, 21, after his fifth and most impressive, on-the-edge, qualifying portrayal of his short career. & # 39; I thought a few times I lost the car, but I got it back, at the exits of turns three and eleven. & # 39;
Vettel has been without a pole in Canada since June. The German struggled for form and suffered from the humiliation of his young teammate who won the last two rounds, in Belgium and Italy.
Despite this minor disappointment for Hamilton, who balances his Mercedes, the Brit takes a 63-point lead in the grueling, two-hour race on Sunday. But it will be difficult to triumph, as the pole-sitter won on eight of the eleven stages of this race on the tight, bumpy road circuit.
& # 39; Charles did a great job & # 39 ;, Charles said. Hamilton of the form rider who is 102 points back with 182 left. & # 39; I don't know where Ferrari accelerated the pace today. I gave everything. I am happy to be in the mix. We can be aggressive. & # 39;
& # 39; My first season is bad … I'll be judged in the second & # 39 ;: Eden Hazard admits he's a Real Madrid flop after his debut year, but vows to reach top form
- Eden Hazard left Chelsea for Real Madrid last summer in a huge transfer
- But the Belgian international has had a series of problems this season in Spain
- The 29-year-old insists he will be fine in his second season in Madrid
Eden Hazard accepts he has work to do to justify his place in Real Madrid after a first season nightmare following his mega money move from Chelsea .
Hazard left Stamford Bridge in a deal starting rate of £ 88 million, but with add-ons worth up to £ 150 million.
But the Belgian has had a terrible time so far in Spain with injuries and questions about his condition after he seemed to be out of shape for the preseason.
& # 3 9; My first season in Madrid is bad, but not everything is bad & # 39 ;, Hazard told RTBF.  9016]
'It's an adjustment season. I will be judged in the second. It's up to me to be in good shape next year.
& # 39; The group is good, I met new people. For me it is a great experience. I have another four-year contract, I hope to be in good shape. & # 39;
The 29-year-old scored once and gave five assists in 15 appearances in the 2019-20 season.
Currently, the Spanish campaign has been postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak and Hazard is isolated.
"I'm not saying I can't catch it, but I'm inside the house, no one is coming, we can't see anyone," he said.
& # 39; I & # 39; am a little scared, just like everyone else, but I have to be especially careful not to pass it on to others [if I get it] that is the most delicate thing.
& # 39; We have to take care of ourselves. I am concerned about weaker people who have more problems. & # 39;
Unhappy Valley: Sacked board members of Charlton hit a club full of money with huge bills of over £ 575,000 in consulting fees and expenses since the controversial takeover
- Chairman Matt Southall and CEO Jonathan Heller were removed last week
- They had an extraordinary public feud with Tahnoon Nimer
- Fired board members fired club with consulting fees and expenses
- The club fights for survival in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic
- Coronavirus symptoms : what are Which? and should you see a doctor?
Sacked Charlton board members have cash tied costs Club charged over £ 575,000 in consulting fees and expenses since the controversial acquisition of East Street Investments in January, Sportsmail may reveal.
Chairman Matt Southall and CEO Jonathan Heller were kicked off the board last week after an extraordinary public feud with key lender Tahnoon Nimer, although it is alleged that the Syrian businessman is missing the money to keep the club running.
The club reportedly received an advance of £ 800,000 in television money from the EFL, which should be enough to pay this month's wage bill, although they have another £ 2 million have to find it to get through the season. Charlton also has the option of applying for a £ 500,000 government loan.
The fees and expenses charged by Southall and his associates have contributed to Charlton & # 39; s plight in the short term. In addition, deposed chairman manager Lee Bowyer signed a new three and a half year contract with a salary of £ 700,000 in January, almost double the value of his previous deal he signed last summer.
] Sportsmail has seen details of invoices billed to Charlton in recent months, including £ 118,675 collected by Southall. That figure includes £ 90,000 in consultancy fees plus a range of expenses including nearly £ 5,000 for car hire, a credit card bill of £ 4,875 and just over £ 3,000 in travel expenses.
Fellow director Jacco van Seventer charged over £ 100,000 in fees and charges, with Lee Amis, Heller and John Hirst charging bills of £ 25,000 and £ 20,000 respectively and £ 12,000, of which Hirst had a parking fine of £ 100.
In addition, Southall's contract as chairman included a two-year lease of £ 12,500 per month in a two-bedroom riverside apartment at London Bridge, which, when paid in full, would cost the club over £ Would cost 300,000
Nimer agreed to a £ 50 million deal to buy Charlton from the maligned Roland Duchatelet in January, although the payment structure means Duchatelet doesn't owe most of the money for two years .
In the meantime, Nimer's only obligation to continue funding the club, although the extent to which he does that, is up to him.
Mike Tyson becomes an instant hit after joining the celebrity messaging platform Cameo, as he purchased £ 15,000 in bookings within just SIX HOURS
- Mike Tyson at the celebrity messaging service Cameo in the United States
- The service charges the public for personal messages from their favorite stars
- The former heavyweight champion earned £ 15,000 from bookings in hours
Mike Tyson made a splash on Cameo, rakes in over £ 15,000 in bookings in just six hours of signing up.
The former heavyweight world champion signed up to the platform – which allows the public to pay his favorite celebrities for personalized messages – on Monday and has already been flooded with requests.
According to TMZ Tyson offered videos for $ 300 each, and had made $ 20,000 within six hours of his page going live.
The interest generated is unheard of for an athlete, with company workers suggesting that only Hollywood stars have aroused the same interest in the past.
There are plenty of sports stars, including current and former football stars, who use the platform to generate additional income.
Louis Saha, Darren Bent and Henrik Larsson all have pages of personalized messages to fans, while current Juventus midfielder Douglas Costa also offers his services.
Tyson recently spoke about the pitfalls of fame in an interview with The Sportsman .
& # 39; We take ourselves too seriously; we think we are someone. Who the f ***, we are nothing! We are from s ***; we think we are special [but] fame is s *** & # 39 ;, he said.
& # 39; You discover that you are not [special]. You are able to go to jail, you can die, you can be abused.
& # 39; I don't really expect bad things to happen to me, but when they do I understand and I can handle it. I've done bad things before, that's been my life. I don't trip over bad things, I know something is happening. If bad things happen, I will still strive to do something. I will not be discouraged. & # 39;
Premier League clubs ready to fight broadcasters' attempts to fine them £ 750 MILLION if the season is not completed
- Premier League clubs will fight broadcasters' attempts to fine them.
- Top flying clubs are on a potential collision course with their broadcasting partners
- Due to the delay and uncertainty about the season, they may be violating the agreement
- It remains to be seen whether broadcasters will face an ugly legal battle
Premier League clubs Fight broadcasters' attempts to fine them up to £ 750 million if they don't complete the season.
Sportmail exclusively revealed Tuesday how prominent clubs are on a potential collision course with their broadcasting partners, including Sky Sports. and BT Sport, if they fail to meet their television obligations before July 31.
As part of the current Premier League broadcasting package, which is worth £ 3 billion in three seasons, Sky Sports is entitled to 128 live matches while BT Sport can screen 52.
But the delay and uncertainty about when the season can start again suggests clubs are violating their broadcasting agreement.
It remains to be seen whether broadcasters would look to face an ugly legal battle against the Premier League to recoup some of their money, which could be worth up to £ 37 million for each club , if not enough games are broadcast on television.
But sources have told Sportsmail that top-level clubs would not accept such financial penalties and have already started preparing for that scenario.
The club president is well aware of the financial implications our non-completion of the season might have.
But as the current TV deal expires in 2022, clubs such as Sky and BT are pursuing companies that need to maintain a good relationship with the Premier League pending the next negotiation period for the next TV rights package.
And in addition to legal advice in the event of broadcasters' action, senior officials will use the following TV rights deal as leverage to prevent any TV companies from attempting to punish them financially.
2020 OLYMPIC GAMES
The Olympic torch relay in Greece was canceled on Friday, March 13 – just a day after the flame ignited in Olympia.
Huge crowds harassed Hollywood actor Gerard Butler as he cauldron the cauldron in the Greek city of Sparta on Friday despite repeated warnings to spectators not to attend due to coronavirus.
That forced the decision of the Greek Olympic Committee to stop the torchlight procession on Greek soil on the second day of the planned eight
The Olympic flame will Thursday will still be handed over to the Tokyo 2020 Organizing Committee at the Panathenaic Stadium in Athens, but without fans. It is the only third time that a relay to Athens for the summer games has not been completed.
When in doubt
Due to the magnitude of the outbreak in Japan, Dick Pound, senior member of the International Olympic Committee, the disease as & # 39; the new war & # 39; which threatened Tokyo 2020 and warned that the Games may have to be canceled if the virus existed in May.
The Japanese government later insisted on Pound's comments were not the IOC's official position, but doubts remain as to whether the summer showcase may still pose health problems.
Athletes have been told to keep training and the plan to keep the Games in Japan continues as planned, but the training of approximately 80,000 volunteers has been delayed for at least two months – it should start on February 22.
On Friday March 13; President Donald Trump's proposal to postpone the Tokyo Olympics for a year due to the spreading coronavirus was immediately shot by the Japanese Olympic minister.
"The IOC and the Organizing Committee are not considering cancellation or postponement – absolutely not at All," Seiko Hashimoto, an Olympic bronze medalist, told a news conference in Tokyo.
The International Olympic Committee and the organizers of Tokyo have kept up to date since the viral outbreak in China spread across Asia three months ago and then the globe: The games open on schedule on July 24.
World Indoor Athletics Championships (March 13-15 in Nanjing) will be eliminated until 2021.
North Korea canceled the Pyongyang Marathon scheduled for April a border barrier due to the level of the outbreak in South Korea.
The Seoul Marathon is canceled in an attempt to protect runners after the massive outbreak in South Korea.
The Paris Half Marathon has been canceled and the French The government also decided to ban all public public gatherings of more than 5,000 people.
The race with some 44,000 participants was scheduled for Sunday (March 1) in the French capital. Organizers said the race will be postponed to a date to be determined.
The Barcelona Marathon, scheduled for March 15, has been postponed to October to stop the spread of the corona virus, Barcelona City Hall said in a statement.
An Olympic mixed relay triathlon qualifying event scheduled for May in Chengdu, China is being moved to Valencia pending an outbreak in Spain.
German Open (March 3-8), Vietnam Open (March 24-29) and Polish Open (March 26) 29), all Olympic qualifying events are canceled due to & # 39; strict health protection & # 39 ;. Olympic boxing qualifications held in Wuhan were canceled by the International Olympic Committee and are now being moved to Amman from March 3-11
The IBF title fight between Daniele Scardina and Andrew Francillette in Milan on February 28 was by Matchroom postponed due to restrictions in Italy after the outbreak.
The Japanese boxing committee canceled all battle cards scheduled for March on the advice of the government to suspend all pending sports matches.
All British fighting in the next two months is under threat. The BBBoC confirmed to Sportsmail that they are not currently making recommendations to cancel shows, but admitted that this may change and is awaiting government guidance.
The tour of England through Sri Lanka was delayed on Friday March 13 due to the coronavirus pandemic, with the English and Wales Cricket Board & # 39; completely unprecedented times & # 39; Called
The decision was confirmed while Joe Root & # 39; s side was in the field at Colombo & # 39; s P Sara Oval, where he fought a warm-up match for a series of two tests that were being written off by a decision. makers back to the Lord. Track Cycling World Championships after being isolated due to fear of a coronavirus outbreak.
34-year-old Morkov had traveled to Berlin in February after contesting the first four stages of the UAE Tour, the last two stages of which were subsequently canceled after two race members were canceled. suspected of having the disease.
Riders and UAE Tour staff have been locked ever since, but after the Abu Dhabi Department of Health issued a statement on Saturday saying that 167 tests had returned negative, the UCI said Morkov was free to normal to race.
The highest level of English and Scottish football is up to 3 April suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic, it was closed on Friday, March 13
The Football Association, Premier League, English Football League, FA Women's Super League and FA Women Championship have all agreed to deal with immediate entry to put an end to competition.
A joint statement by the Scottish Football Association and the Scottish Football Association confirmed the suspension of all football north of the border until further notice.
The decision to suspend follows that players and staff are affected by the virus, or individuals who isolate themselves as a precaution after reporting symptoms consistent with Covid-19.
The Premier League clash between Manchester City and Arsenal, scheduled for March 11, had already been delayed as a 'precaution'. after Olympiacos owner Evangelos Marinakis tested positive for coronavirus weeks later, seeing his Greek team play at the Emirates Stadium.
On Friday, March 13, UEFA announced that all Champions League and Europa League games scheduled for next week will be postponed, as well as the quarter-final draw for both competitions. UEFA convened an emergency meeting on Tuesday, March 17 to discuss whether Euro 2020 can proceed as planned.
All domestic matches at all levels are postponed by the Chinese Football Association because the season has been suspended due to the magnitude of the outbreak in China.
Asian Champions League games with Guangzhou Evergrande, Shanghai Shenhua and Shanghai SIPG are postponed until April
The start of the Korean K-League season is postponed. The four teams in the AFC Champions League play their matches behind closed doors.
The Japanese J-League postponed all domestic games until mid-March.
Inter Milan's game against Sampdoria was one of four Serie A games canceled on February 22-23 weekend due to affected regions in Italy, with the Prime Minister's advice to cancel sporting events To order.
Inter Milan's Europa League game with Getafe was also postponed on March 11. while the flight from Roma to Spain to Seville was banned from landing before being delayed, while Italy was locked.
The Coppa Italia game between Napoli and Inter Milan on March 5 became the last game to be canceled when it was postponed indefinitely. It was the 12th game postponed since the outbreak of the crisis and the third with Inter.
An update by Sports Minister Vincenzo Spadafora later confirmed that all Serie A matches for the weekend, March 7-8, would be played behind closed doors. And with the country locked, it was later announced that all sports, including Serie A matches, would be suspended until at least April 3 to contain the virus.
In France, it was announced on Friday March 13 that there will be no top football for the foreseeable future in France after their governing body has postponed all matches in light of the pandemic of coronavirus .
In Spain, the Copa del Rey final of April 18 between Athletic Bilbao and Real Sociedad has been postponed.
UEFA said it is asking governments across the continent to ensure that Euro 2020 continues within three months. despite the coronavirus outbreak.
MLS has been suspended for 30 days with the delay of Inter Beck's first home game at David Beckham.
The home leg of the Chinese national women's team for South Korea's Olympic qualifier scheduled for March will be transferred to Sydney. The team will be quarantined on arrival in Australia for the qualifying group stage of January due to fears of virus carriers.
Inter Milan's Europa League game against Ludogorets on February 27 was played behind closed doors. Only TV rights holders are allowed to be present as media, as the club wants to secure the San Siro. Ludogorets players arrived in Italy with face masks.
Serie A announced that five games would be played behind closed doors on February 28 – March 1, including Juventus vs Inter Milan in Turin, a huge game between title rivals.
Ligue 1 followed with games played in empty stadiums until April 15. Clubs also have the option to play matches with only 1,000 fans.
LaLiga became the newest league banning supporters in stadiums. after guidance from the Spanish Ministry of Health and Sport. Barcelona's Champions League game with Napoli will also be played on empty ground.
Manchester United clash on Austrian side Lask was behind closed doors, with United handing out £ 350 to each fan to help with travel and accommodation after selling 900 tickets to the Europa League match.
Newcastle United has banned their players from shaking hands amid fears of the corona virus.
Three players of the Italian third division football club, US Pianese, tested positive for coronavirus . , the Tuscan side confirmed Friday.
Olympiacos owner Evangelos Marinakis, who also owns Nottingham Forest, tested positive for the coronavirus. Both Olympiacos and Forest teams were tested and all came back negative.
In Germany, Hanover 96 defender Timo Hubers tested positive for the virus.
The Spanish Copa del Rey final, scheduled to take place on April 18, between Real Sociedad and Athletic Bilbao has now taken place
Cristiano Ronaldo became isolated in Madeira after his teammate Juventus was revealed. , Daniele Rugani, has coronavirus.
Another Juventus player, Paulo Dybala, has also reportedly tested positive and has been quarantined.
The Football Association of Ireland has announced that all football under its jurisdiction will end until March 29.
Liverpool has announced a charity match between a Reds Legends side and Barcelona Legends, which will be played at Anfield on March 28, has been postponed.
FIFA says it will postpone the South American World Cup qualifying matches taking place in March.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta tested positive for coronavirus on March 12, placing the entire squad of the first team in isolation. Gunners' game against Brighton, scheduled for Saturday, March 14, has been postponed.
In the early hours of Friday, March 13, Chelsea announced that winger Callum Hudson-Odoi had diagnosed the disease.
The club's first team has become self-insulated, while two buildings are closed on their training ground in Cobham. Their game against Aston Villa, scheduled for Saturday, March 14, certainly seems to be postponed.
Thursday's Europa League clash between Olympiacos and Wolves took place behind closed doors following an order from the government in Greece, but Wolves have UEFA asked the fixture.
England's friendly match against Italy in Wembley in March will still continue, a tweet from the English football report revealed on March 11. England will also play against Denmark in March.
Israel has warned citizens to avoid all international travel, raising the question of whether supporters or players will travel to Scotland for their Euro 2020 playoff game on March 26.
Increasing concern that some Euro 2020 matches could be called off if the corona virus outbreak worsens between now and summer. The tournament will be multi-city. UEFA admits that it is in a & # 39; waiting phase & # 39; and must follow the orders of the individual countries concerned. However, FA chairman Greg Clarke has stated that he expects the tournament to continue.
Premier League games become & # 39; probably & # 39; played behind closed doors for the next few weeks & # 39; because of the fears of the coronavirus, board member of Everton Sasha Ryazantsev has warned that, in line with the action taken in Serie A.
Chelsea & # 39; s Champions League last 16 return leg in Bayern Munich is also about to be postponed, it was announced on March 13.
] Football organizations across England and the rest of Europe are bracing for a reported total closure of each league until September. UEFA will hold a meeting on Tuesday March 17 and is critical to determining the fate of the 2019-2020 season.
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Australia was canceled after a member of a McLaren team received Covid-19, causing the British team to withdraw before deciding whether to continue the race.
The announcement came hours after Lewis Hamilton said it was & # 39; shocking & # 39; was that the race continued.
The Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai on April 19 is postponed without deciding whether to include it again in the 2020 calendar for later in the season.
The Bahrain Grand Prix, scheduled for March 20-22, is called off, as is the inaugural Vietnam Grand Prix (scheduled for Hanoi on April 5) .
There is hope that the F1 season can start on May 3. F1 leaders want to continue the Zandvoort race in the Netherlands on that date.
The Women & # 39; s Amateur Asia-Pacific golf championship, scheduled to take place instead of February 12-15 in Thailand, was postponed and moved to October.
The Honda LPGA Thailand event in Pattaya, Thailand scheduled for February 20-23 along with the HSBC Women's World Championship in Singapore, scheduled to start February 27, were both postponed
The PGA Tour Series-China postponed two qualifying tournaments and delayed the start of their 2020 campaign by two months, reducing the number of regular season events from 14 to 10.
It was decided the LPGA Blue Bay tournament in China to be canceled, with the event on Hainan Island (scheduled for March 5) seen as dangerous to player health
The European Tour instituted the Maybank Championship (April 16-19 in Kuala Lumpur) and Volvo China Open (April 23-26 in Shenzhen) out.
After deciding to play without spectators from the second round of the Players Championship, the PGA Tour canceled the event entirely after the first round on Thursday, March 12.
They also canceled their next three events, which means that the PGA Tour events will take place in April prior to the first major of the year, The Masters. However, on Friday, March 13, the prestigious Augusta tournament was also postponed.
In an online published statement, Fred Ridley, president of the Augusta National Golf Club, emphasized that the decision makers hope to hold the prestigious tournament & # 39; at some later date & # 39 ;.
The first major men's championship of the year would begin on April 9 in Georgia, but has been suspended due to the escalating pandemic.
Lorenzo Gagli and Edoardo Molinari were withdrawn from the Oman Open on medical grounds after Gagli showed symptoms of the virus. He shared a hotel room with Molinari and was told to isolate himself. They were later placed back into the tournament after being tested negative for the virus.
The Japan Racing Association has revealed that "government-sanctioned races" will go behind doors
Two racing events in France next week will take place behind closed doors in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Monday's spring card and Wednesday's game at the Compiegne flat have no paying customers, with the order of the City Mayor and the President of the Compiegne Racing Society.
Racing in Ireland takes place until March 29 behind closed doors.
The Grand National was canceled due to new government restrictions to control the spread of the coronavirus, making it impossible to catch the Aintree flagship on April 4 to organise.
The World Cup meeting in Dubai continues on March 28 & # 39; without paid hospitality spectators & # 39 ;.
Scotland Women's Six Nations game with Italy on February 23 is postponed due to an outbreak in the region of Milan.
And the women's match between Wales and Scotland in the Six Nations on March 15 was also eliminated after a Scottish player tested positive for the virus.
The Irish Six Nations meeting with Italy on March 7 is postponed.
Ospreys and Ulster's Pro14 trips to play in Italy on February 29 are postponed. Ospreys would play Zebre in Parma with Treviso as the venue for Ulster's game against Benetton.
The Italian Rugby Federation suspended its National Championship and youth matches for February 28 – March 1.
Hong Kong Rugby Sevens is postponed, which is a blow to the Olympic preparations for Team GB.
England & # 39; s last Six Nations game against Italy is out & # 39; with the intention of resisting it at a later date & # 39 ;. The same applies to the corresponding luminaires for ladies and U20. They would all be played on March 13-15.
Meanwhile, the six country struggles between France and Ireland have been reduced on March 14, with the French government taking action against sporting events.
Scottish rugby announced that the preparations & # 39; just keep going & # 39; while discussing with French rugby whether to continue their Six Nations game on March 8 after a second coronavirus death in France.
All remaining Six Nations games in Italy – which are expected to be England in their last game on March 14 – are seriously questionable given the magnitude of the outbreak in Italy.
Fears of the virus spreading prompted ITV to cancel plans to send commentators and experts to Rome for the English game against Italy in Rome.
All events on the ATP Tour have been suspended for six weeks.
The BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells, California, which was scheduled to begin on March 9, was postponed at eleven. It came after a confirmed case of the coronavirus in the nearby Coachella Valley.
The finals of an ATP Challenger event in Bergamo, Italy, between Enzo Couacaud and Illya Marchenko of Ukraine, are canceled. Both players received ranking points and prize money for reaching the final. They were not given the opportunity to play behind closed doors.
China lost a Davis Cup tie because the men's team could not travel to Romania for the playoff from March 6 to 7.
WTA event Xi & # 39; an Open (set for April 13-19) is canceled due to fear of player safety. WTA has announced that they are evaluating their schedule with a number of events scheduled for China in the second half of the season.
The International Tennis Federation has announced that next month's Fed Cup finals have been postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The event was scheduled to take place in Budapest and the league's playoffs, which would take place in eight different locations, have also been put on hold.
The WTA also announced that no tournaments will be held for at least five weeks.
Japan & # 39; s Davis Cup home game against Ecuador next week is now played behind closed doors.
Players will no longer be allowed to hand over their towels to children in ball during BNP Paribas Open next week in Indian Wells, organizers said Friday.
MotoGP canceled their first two races in Thailand Thailand. However, Moto2 and Moto3 will ride in Qatar as they were already stationed on the track for pre-season testing.
Cycling's United Arab Emirates Tour has been canceled with Chris Froome tested for coronavirus and Mark Cavendish is locked in his hotel room.
The South Korean baseball league canceled all 50 preseason games scheduled for March 14-24. It is the first time since the start of the competitions in 1982 that a whole series of exhibition games has been eliminated.
The draw of the first leg for the World Table Tennis Championships, planned for South Korea from March 22-29, is postponed.
A beach volleyball tournament, held in Yangzhou from April 22-26 from April, will be postponed until after the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
The World Short Track Speed Skating Championship in Seoul is canceled.
Next month's World Triathlon Series event in Abu Dhabi was postponed on Saturday because of a precautionary measure.
The event was scheduled to take place from March 5 to March 7 in the city, which reported new cases of the virus.
Event organizers said they still hoped to resist. the event will take place later in March or April.
The Women's Ice Hockey World Championships, which are scheduled to take place in Canada later this month, have been canceled.
The NBA has also been suspended indefinitely after two Utah Jazz players contracted the virus.
The NHL has announced it has interrupted the 2019-20 season without a confirmed date for it to resume.
The London Marathon has been postponed for six months. It is said to take place on April 26, but has now been pushed back to October.
The Japanese professional baseball league decided to play their 72 games for the season behind closed doors until March 72. Baseball is one of the most popular sports in Japan.
In a tool to reduce the risks of exposure to the virus, the NBA instructs players not to take items such as pens, markers, balls, and jerseys from signature seekers.
The regular season of the South Korean baseball league is in doubt prior to the first game round on March 28. An emergency meeting was convened.
Doubts remain as the Asian Weightlifting Championships, scheduled for March, are moving from Kazakhstan to neighboring Uzbekistan. They can still be postponed.