The news conference before the US-Iran match took a surreal turn.
Former Stoke City manager and Manchester United player Lou Macari, has adapted his homeless centre to make it Covid safe. The individual pods house more than 40 people, complete with bed, TV and heating. They also have their own door number, which helps them to provide an address at the job centre.
City announced that a fresh round of testing had “returned a number of positive cases”.
The football club is "dismayed and saddened" after players were booed for supporting the fight against racial discrimination.
The 1986 World Cup winner suffered a heart attack on Wednesday, his lawyer said.
Excellent hoofwork. A nose for the goal. A wild side. What else could you want?
The former professional footballer is rumoured to be taking over from Sue Barker on the long running BBC sports quiz show.
Fireworks went off and fans waved flags and sang: “We’ve gone and won the league.”
Oliver Dowden "hopes" fans can begin attending games again next season.
The English Premier League has been suspended over fears around coronavirus spreading. The news follows the revelation that Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta had tested positive for the virus, with the first team all in self-isolation. Leicester City also have three players under observation, with Benjamin Mendy of Manchester City also in observation. The ruling follows other leagues across Europe.