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(Reuters) - German second division club Dynamo Dresden, where the entire squad is nearing the end of a 14-day quarantine after three players tested positive for COVID-19, say a fourth player plus a staff member have returned positive tests.
(Reuters) - La Liga will use a video analysis programme to help it determine if a player is likely to have infected a team mate or opponent if they test positive for the coronavirus once the season re-starts, according to a draft protocol drawn up by the league.
LONDON (Reuters) - Formula One could cope with up to 10 positive tests for COVID-19 when the sport starts the season in July, according to the chairman of the governing FIA's medical commission.
LONDON (Reuters) - Formula One says the UK government's quarantine plans would rule out a British Grand Prix and affect tens of thousands of F1-related jobs if exemptions are not granted for sport.
(Reuters) - Borussia Dortmund forward Marco Reus has said the return of the Bundesliga this weekend after a two-month pause due to the COVID-19 pandemic does not signal the return of normality.
ROME (Reuters) - Italian football leaders have asked the government to re-consider the medical protocol it has authorised as a condition for allowing Serie A to re-start after the coronavirus stoppage.
LONDON (Reuters) - Formula One and Silverstone have agreed terms for two races without spectators at the circuit this season, subject to government approval, the track's managing director Stuart Pringle said on Friday.
MILAN (Reuters) - The attempt to resume Serie A ran into trouble on Thursday as the footballers' association (AIC) criticised the government's quarantine policy for players and the league said it was trying to find a practical way of implementing the rules.
(Reuters) - Bundesliga teams will be allowed up to five substitutions per match when it restarts on Saturday after the coronavirus stoppage, while teams will be relegated provided the season is completed, the German Football League (DFL) said on Thursday.
(Reuters) - Cricket West Indies Chief Executive Johnny Grave has said the players will not be "coerced" into going to England for a three test series as the UK struggles to contain the COVID-19 pandemic.