IndyCar cancelled a doubleheader race weekend in Detroit due to the novel coronavirus outbreak on Monday but added three events to the schedule, including a third race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway (IMS).
UFC 249 officially has a new headline fight after Dana White confirmed Justin Gaethje will step in to face Tony Ferguson. Gaethje replaces lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov, who is in coronavirus lockdown in Russia.
Jameis Winston has a new teammate for life. The former Buccaneers quarterback married girlfriend in Breion on March 27 in an “intimate ceremony” at their home amidst the coronavirus out…
Ibrox club have also decided to furlough other employees and will top up the government’s contribution
Olympic great Michael Phelps has voiced his concerns over the negative impact on athletes' mental health of the Tokyo Games postponement prompted by the new coronavirus pandemic.
Liverpool have reversed their decision to place some non-playing staff on furlough leave during the Covid-19 crisis, saying they are "truly sorry" after widespread anger that the club would be resorting to taking government money.
Liverpool have reversed their decision to place staff on furlough due to the coronavirus outbreak.
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The postponement of major sporting events during the coronavirus pandemic has left some British charities concerned about their survival, representatives have told Reuters, while others are worried about delivering services to vulnerable people.
The Premier League leaders have remarkably reversed their earlier decision to place some non-playing staff on furlough due to the coronavirus pandemic
Manchester United will not follow in Liverpool’s footsteps and furlough non-paying staff during the coronavirus crisis. Ed Woodward, United’s executive vice-chairman, told approximately 900 full-time members of staff in a letter that they will continue to be paid as normal. More follows…
Manchester United will not follow in Liverpool's footsteps and furloughing non-paying staff during the coronavirus crisis. Ed Woodward, United's executive vice-chairman, told approximately 900 members of staff in a letter that they will continue to be paid as normal. More follows…