A wonderful new month to you all as we check out the latest sports news today. It’s May, a new month that should see the return of so many sporting activities and finger crossed we would all see the end of this pandemic.
Moving straight to the news and starting with the effect of the ongoing pandemic…
The Government will support the Rugby Football League with £16m in order to safeguard the future of the sports which could be affected by the effect of the ongoing coronavirus crisis.
The Portuguese Government has given the go-ahead to get Primeira Liga, the country’s football top division to resume by May 30 this month as they look to ease the lockdown.
Brighton star Steven Alzaate has reportedly donated money to some underprivileged families in Colombia which will put food on their table. A total of 100 families received the donation from the player whose parents are from the South American country.
Players in the leagues below the English Championship have been told to expect their season to be cancelled as they would need to conduct more tests for coronavirus. The EFL in total including the Championship will need about 66, 000 tests to be carried out on players and staffs if the season is to get back on track.
According to reports, the League Cup for next season in England could be scrapped if the coronavirus persist to rampage the world.
Clubs hit by the ongoing coronavirus crisis are ganging up on agents who they owe money from outstanding deals in January.
Leicester City boss Brendan Rodgers has suggested that it would be shameful if Liverpool are not awarded the Premier League title this season.
According to reports, players of Barcelona could take another pay cut despite having taken 70 per cent last month. It is reported that the club could be in some serious financial hit.