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EVEN when there’s no football on, footballers remain in the headlines. In the last week they’ve been asked to save their clubs, and they’ve even been encouraged to ‘play their part’ in helping the national effort in the UK to tackle the virus.
(Reuters) - Cycling teams' sponsorship-based model could lead to their financial ruin as businesses struggle to deal with the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, Team Ineos' general manager Dave Brailsford has told The Times https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/bfa71abe-7ff9-11ea-b437-a2f12268f8d1.
(Reuters) - Manchester City defender Aymeric Laporte paid around 5,000 euros ($5,435) for the kit used by deceased French boxer Alexis Vastine at the London 2012 Olympics in an auction to raise money for healthcare workers, then donated it back to his father.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - The Spanish Footballers' Association (AFE) is concerned about players undergoing large-scale testing for the novel coronavirus as it believes other sections of society need tests more urgently, the organisation said in a statement on Friday.
ROME (Reuters) - Clubs in Italy's Serie A will donate five COVID-19 test kits for every one they use once they start training for a possible resumption of the season, a report in the Corriere dello Sport newspaper said on Saturday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Crystal Palace's chefs will cook 900 meals a week for frontline healthcare workers and vulnerable families in south London during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Premier League club said on Monday.
(Reuters) - Former NHL enforcer Georges Laraque, who is in a Quebec hospital after contracting COVID-19, said his condition was steadily improving but that people needed to take the respiratory disease seriously.
(Reuters) - England's national men's soccer team have made a "significant donation" to help National Health Service (NHS) workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
(Reuters) - Tottenham Hotspur's England striker Harry Kane will sponsor Leyton Orient's shirt next season with the space on the front given to promote charitable causes, the League Two (fourth tier) club said on Thursday.
(Reuters) - Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Inter Milan have announced a mini tournament called the 'European Solidarity Cup - Football for Heroes', to raise funds for health care resources in Italy and Spain which have been depleted by the COVID-19 pandemic.