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Some people travel far and wide in search of unique experiences, like buying a home appliance at a football match.
PETALING JAYA: And then everything was red. Including those marks on the arm that Liverpool supporters still have today from pinching themselves to check that it really happened.
TROY Deeney asks a very reasonable question: why is he not allowed to get a haircut but he is allowed to go back to training and in a few weeks play full contact football?
THE German Bundesliga returned to action last weekend, the first of the major European leagues to resume following the suspensions caused by the Covid-19 outbreak. The games were played behind closed doors with fans prevented from attending as part of restrictions that remain in place across most of the world.
FOOTBALL is coming back. The South Korean K-League provided our football fix last weekend and the German Bundesliga is not far behind.
IN MANY parts of Europe, footballers are slowly returning to work. It’s a strange sort of return for sure, mostly still involving individual training for now.
UEFA have announced that they intend to have the Champions League final played in Istanbul on Aug 29. I’m sure they are aware that is an ambitious plan but it is not beyond the realms of possibility.Reports suggest that the German Bundesliga is working towards a resumption very soon with some even speculating that it could be as early as the May 9, less than two weeks from now.
NOW is not an easy time to make predictions in football; so much remains uncertain and unclear. But whenever the English Premier League does return, I expect we’ll be watching a stronger and more confident Manchester United.
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.