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Premier League clubs told to get ready for season to return in June

first_imgPremier League clubs told to get ready for season to return in June Metro Sport ReporterSunday 5 Apr 2020 11:27 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link44Shares Advertisement The season has been postponed since mid-March (Picture: Getty)Once the rate of new infections begin to fall, the government will be pressurised into a so-called ‘exit strategy’ that would see an easing of the lockdown measures currently in place. AdvertisementAdvertisementThere was even a discussion over whether supporters should be allowed to attend matches but the Premier League is just keen to resume in the most safe manner. With 92 matches remaining and the possibility that large sections of society will still be in self-isolation, there was a discussion over whether matches should be made available to terrestrial television and the matter is ongoing.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CitySky and BT Sport also want to be able to show more than their allocated share, arguing that live sport would be a boost in morale for the public. Should matters proceed as the Premier League hope, all teams and squads will have to comply to the strictest of measures to see matches played.The arrangement is also dependent on current forecasting and it’s accepted that there could be further postponements if the situation does not improve as expected. MORE: Jesse Lingard desperate to stay at Manchester United despite Arsenal interest The Premier League could return in May (Picture: Getty)The Premier League are in ‘advanced talks’ with the government over plans to resume the season in June.All 20 clubs were told to prepare for a return in June after the Premier League reached a ‘tentative’ agreement with the government that would allow matches to be played behind-closed-doors, according to the Mirror.The season has been suspended since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic reached the UK in early March and there was an initial dispute over how the season should be finished.However, after agreeing that the campaign must be finished by whatever means, the Premier League’s focus has been on a safe return and the government is forecasting for the ‘peak’ of the pandemic to hit in around 10-14 days in the UK.ADVERTISEMENT Advertisement Commentlast_img read more

What to watch for: 7 sports teams play this weekend

first_imgLast weekend, every Syracuse home team emerged from its games victorious. Volleyball completed a 2-0 road trip and, despite having 23 shots, women’s soccer lost while visiting Buffalo by a score of 1-0.This weekend, six SU teams are back in action while softball starts its fall slate. Men’s soccer and football draw conference foes at home, field hockey plays a game with high national-ranking stakes on the line and volleyball tries to stay unbeaten in Brooklyn, New York.Logan Reidsma | Photo EditorMen’s SoccerOpponent: LouisvilleWhere: SU Soccer StadiumWhen: Friday, 7 p.m.After struggling offensively for the first half of its last game against Rutgers, Syracuse got some much-needed help from its wings as Korab Syla and Liam Callahan lifted the SU men’s soccer team to a 2-1 victory.Syracuse (3-1) will need that help, both on offense and to rotate back on defense, when SU plays its first Atlantic Coast Conference game against No. 23 Louisville (3-1).AdvertisementThis is placeholder textMore: SU wings Korab Syla and Liam Callahan provide added scoring threatDavid Salanitri | Staff PhotographerFootballOpponent: Wake ForestWhere: Carrier DomeWhen: Saturday, 12:30 p.m.The Orange (1-0) kicks off its ACC schedule with the only conference opponent it beat in 2014, the Demon Deacons (1-0). With a tough conference schedule looming in the future, the Orange can capitalize against an easier opponent.This game also marks the first start for true freshman quarterback Eric Dungey after Terrel Hunt suffered a season-ending injury. By the way, we want to know how you think Dungey will do this season.More: All The Daily Orange’s coverage of Syracuse-Wake ForestRiley Bunch | Staff PhotographerField HockeyOpponent: North CarolinaWhere: J.S. Coyne StadiumWhen: Saturday, 1 p.m.Heading into a No. 2 vs. No. 3 matchup this weekend, the lower-ranked Syracuse (4-0) has something prove against North Carolina (4-0). So far this season, the Orange’s defense has shut out two teams and allowed five or fewer shots in three of its four games. The defense has been stellar, but how?More: How Syracuse’s defense has stifled opponents this seasonLogan Reidsma | Photo EditorWomen’s SoccerOpponents: Cornell and ColgateWhere: SU Soccer StadiumWhen: Friday, 3:30 p.m. and Sunday, 3 p.m.Jessica Vigna practiced set pieces earlier in the week, yelling “One more!” until she got it right. The Orange has struggled to execute on set pieces run from the corner, despite totaling 11 in its last loss. The team averages over seven corner kicks per game as well. Syracuse (2-4) will need better execution if it hopes to knock Cornell (3-0-1) from the ranks of the unbeaten.More: Syracuse looks to break corner kick struggles against CornellMargaret Lin | Staff PhotographerVolleyballOpponents: Arizona, Ohio State, Long Island UniversityWhere: Brooklyn, New YorkWhen: Friday, 4:30 p.m., Saturday, 10 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.With the game tied in a crucial third set against Georgia, Nicolette Serratore attacked from the service line. Six consecutive SU points, and four Serratore aces directly aimed at struggling Georgia players, led to the win. It’s partly why Syracuse (5-0) is still unbeaten heading into the LIU Blackbird Invitational, which takes place this weekend in Brooklyn, New York.More: Nicolette Serratore uses relaxed demeanor to excel at servingSoftballOpponent: Cornell, BinghamtonWhere: Binghamton, New YorkWhen: Saturday, 12:30 p.m. and 2:30 p.m.The softball team begins its fall slate, which means new head coach Mike Bosch will have his first games, albeit exhibition ones, at the helm of his team. The team returns many of its starters from a season ago.Cross CountryWhat: Harry Groves Spiked Shoe InvitationalWhere: University Park, PennsylvaniaWhen: Friday, 5:30 p.m.The Orange — the men’s team is ranked as the third-best cross-country team nationally — will race in its second meet of the season Friday when it travels to Pennsylvania State University to race in the Harry Groves Spiked Shoe Invitational. Comments Published on September 10, 2015 at 2:42 pm Contact Sam: sjfortie@syr.edu | @Sam4TR Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

Sterling too tired for England: Hodgson wants Liverpool to take responsibility

first_img1 England boss Roy Hodgson insists it is “unfair” if the responsibility for resting Raheem Sterling falls on him alone.Hodgson dropped Sterling for Sunday’s 1-0 win over Estonia in the Euro 2016 qualifier after the winger complained of fatigue.He refused to criticise the 19-year-old, and instead told his Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers he must do his bit to ensure the player gets back to his best.“We do have to take players’ workload into consideration, and there are going to be times in top league teams where players suffer from some sort of physical and mental fatigue, but I think it’s a bit unfair if all the expectations to give the player a little bit of a break fall on my shoulders,” he said, after the omission drew an angry backlash from fans.Hodgson, however, says he was happy to leave Sterling out of his team for the game in Tallinn and maintains the teenager has done nothing wrong.“He broke into the Liverpool team and had a fantastic season and then went to the World Cup… He is only a 19-year-old,” Hodgson said.“It is not as simple as the training you are having may be taking a bit of juice from your legs.“There is an awful lot going on in your head as well so perhaps (the reason he is tired) is quite simply (because) the season has not started as well for Liverpool, he is in the spotlight for England and Liverpool… Maybe that has had some effect. I don’t know. It’s a theory.” Roy Hodgson last_img read more

Man accuses Farrah Fawcetts son Redmond ONeal of homophobic attack

first_imgShare this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Then, Fox alleged, O’Neal hit him in the face with the bottle. He continued to say slurs and kick him as Fox lay on the ground bleeding.‘I felt trapped, like a wounded animal. I literally thought I was going to die,’ Fox said.Fox doesn’t want O’Neal getting off easy because of famous parents.Previously, O’Neal blamed his parents for his problems.Fox’s lawyer, Allred, stated: ‘There must be serious consequences for anyone who engages in violence against innocent victims and particularly where the victim is victimized on account of his status as a member of a minority.’H/t: USA TodayMore from Gay Star NewsFlorida man arrested for stabbing friend in the neck after sexMan ‘nearly died’ and lost an ear in violent homophobic attackArsonist targeted Lithuanian gay director in a possible homophobic attackGot a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . Ken Fox is the man behind the lawsuit, announcing it on Thursday (6 September) with his lawyer, Gloria Allred. In the lawsuit, he accuses O’Neal of assault and battery, intentional infliction of emotional distress, violation of civil rights, negligence, loss of consortium and negligent infliction of emotional distress.This is the second such lawsuit against O’Neal following several days of confrontations earlier this year.From 2 -5 May, O’Neal allegedly attacked five different men. All the encounters were unprovoked and some resulted in serious injuries for the victims, including a stabbing.‘He appears to be an unrepentant repeat offender who has had his parole revoked for doing drugs in a rehabilitation center,’ Fox said when announcing the lawsuit.‘In my opinion he is competent enough to know exactly what he was doing. He wanted to hurt an old, weak, defenseless gay man. He wanted to hurt me. And he did hurt me.’Authorities first arrested O’Neal on 8 May on suspicious of robbing a 7-11 with a knife. He has been in custody since then.He’s previously had problems with substance abuse and other run-ins with the law.What happened?Fox said he was minding his own business while taking some laundry to a laundromat. A man wearing a hoodie and holding a bottle in a paper bag neared him on the street and used a gay slur, saying: ‘What are you looking at?’ eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) In a new lawsuit, Redmond O’Neal, Ryan O’Neal and the late Farrah Fawcett’s son, is accused of a homophobic attack.center_img GAYSTARNEWS- Another person serves O’Neal a lawsuit | Photo: YouTube/ABC7 Disgraced homophobe Roy Moore faces lawsuit after smearing sex abuse accuserRoy Moore’s sexual abuse accuser loses home in possible arson attackMagistrate fired for saying same-sex couples can’t be good parents suesRead the full article on Gaystarnews:  :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/man-accuses-redmond-oneal-homophobic-attack/last_img read more