An unnamed Bournemouth player has tested positive for coronavirus, the Premier League club announced yesterday, becoming the eighth case involving an English top-flight side. Bournemouth added the player’s identity would not be disclosed due to “medical confidentiality”
Spanish media rejoiced yesterday after the government said La Liga could resume, but restarting in June presents many challenges including summer heat, empty stadiums and health rules.
Like every other fan, Chicago Cubs reliever Jeremy Jeffress is crossing his fingers and hoping for an agreement between Major League Baseball and the players union to restart the season in July.
The National Basketball Association confirmed Saturday that they are in “exploratory” talks with The Walt Disney Co about a late-July restart at one of their Florida resorts.
Travis Frederick retired from football, and unlike so many ex-NFL players who eventually return, do not expect him to follow that same tired path most recently taken by Rob Gronkowski.
Former Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has said he should have quit the job in early 2019 after Rugby Australia (RA) brought in Scott Johnson as director of rugby and introduced a three-man selection panel.
Cricket Australia Director and former Australia captain Mark Taylor urged the International Cricket Council (ICC) to take a decision on the men’s T20 World Cup.
Starting as the hot favourite, His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Khalifa al-Thani’s champion colt Amyr Du Soleil landed his fourth consecutive Group victory in the Prix Nefta-Dormane (Group 2 PA) at Bordeaux, France, yesterday.
NBA Hall of Famer Patrick Ewing, now the head basketball coach at Georgetown University, is in hospital with Covid-19.