• Magic Weekend: Super League event moved to September

    2 days ago - By BBC

    Super League's Magic Weekend is moved to the weekend of 4-5 September to allow more fans to attend.
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  • Hasenhuttl: How did Romeu injury go unpunished? ‘Not even a yellow card'

    2 days ago - By Yahoo Sports

    Saints commit the 6h-most fouls per game in the Premier League, but are also the 7th-most fouled team. TLDR: Ralph Hasenhuttl's men get in scraps.
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  • Gameday preview: Wild at Colorado

    2 days ago - By Startribune

    This is the final test on a five-game road trip that began with a dud. The Wild was blanked 4-0 at Los Angeles in its first game back from a COVID-19 shutdown, but since then the team has gotten better each game.
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  • Mass. Governor Charlie Baker Hints At Allowing Fans At Games Soon

    2 days ago - By NESN

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    It's been nearly a year since fans last attended a professional sporting event in Massachusetts.
    But that could change sooner rather than later.
    Massachusetts governor Charlie Baker was just about to end his daily COVID-19 press conference Tuesday when WBZ-TV's Mike LaCrosse asked when the state would allow fans back at stadiums, arenas and parks.
    And his answer surely will have some bursting at the seams.
    “Stay tuned,” Baker told reporters before exiting the presser.
    Two other Northeast states - New York and New Jersey - already have started to reopen their doors.
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  • Star Tribune sports survey: Will you go to games when fans are allowed?

    2 days ago - By Startribune


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  • Premier League to vote on allowing fans back for final game of the season

    2 days ago - By The Guardian

    Restrictions due to end in time for 23 May
    Move would require approval from 14 of 20 clubs
    Premier League clubs are to vote on whether to allow fans back for the final day of the season with concerns that home teams could have an significant advantage in the battle for European places and the relegation fight. Boris Johnson announced the government's post-lockdown plans on Monday and up to 10,000 spectators could be let into grounds on 23 May, when Fulham are due to play Newcastle at Craven Cottage in what is potentially a relegation decider, and Brighton - currently fifth from bottom...
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