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F1 star Max Verstappen says he’s not the new Michael Schumacher

Fresh off the back of a stunning victory in the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix at Silverstone, Red Bull driver Max Verstappen has said that while he appreciates being compared to F1 great Michael Schumacher, he is his own man. The 22-year-old was recently likened to Schumacher by F1 managing director Ross Brawn in his formula1.com…

US youngster Tyler Adams helps fire RB Leipzig into the Champions League semifinals

American youngster Tyler Adams scored a late winner to fire RB Leipzig past Atletico Madrid and into the Champions League semifinals on Thursday. The 21-year-old’s deflected shot in the 88th minute was enough to reestablish the German club’s lead after João Felix’s penalty had canceled out Dani Olmo’s opener. RB Leipzig, in its current form,…

Serena Williams battles past sister Venus in their 31st career clash

Back against the wall against her sister Venus in grueling conditions, Serena Williams finally found her game. The 23-time major tennis champion, playing in only her first event since February, rallied back from a break down in the final set to overcome her sister, 3-6, 6-3, 6-4 in the second round of the inaugural Top…

FC Dallas’ Reggie Cannon criticizes booing of players kneeling during national anthem

US international Reggie Cannon has described the booing of players who took a knee during the national anthem before a Major League Soccer match as “absolutely disgusting.” At least one fan could be heard voicing displeasure in Sky Sports’ coverage as players from FC Dallas and Nashville knelt in protest against racial injustice. Speaking to…

Glenn Robinson III on life inside the NBA ‘bubble’ and fighting for social justice

For NBA players, life in the “bubble” in Orlando, Florida, isn’t easy. You’re away from your family and stuck in a hotel room with limited interaction outside of your team. For Glenn Robinson III of the Philadelphia 76ers, what makes it harder is living without his two-year-old daughter, Ariana, who is at home and thinks…

Paris Saint-Germain produces stunning comeback to knock Atalanta out of the Champions League

Paris Saint-Germain produced yet another memorable moment in the rich history of the UEFA Champions League after completing a late comeback against Atalanta on Wednesday. The French champion had been trailing 1-0 as the clock ticked toward 90 minutes but two late goals from Marquinhos and Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting turned the tie on its head.…

2020 Masters to take place in November without fans

The 2020 Masters will take place on November 9-15 without patrons or guests in attendance because of the coronavirus pandemic. Fred Ridley, chairman of Augusta National Golf Club, announced the decision on Wednesday, and called hosting the major without fans “deeply disappointing.” “Since our initial announcement to postpone the 2020 Masters, we have remained committed…

2020 Masters golf tournament to be held without spectators

November’s Masters golf tournament will be held without spectators. Chairman of Augusta National Golf Club Fred Ridley announced on Wednesday that the club would host the famed golf major on the week of November 9 – 15, but that the “potential risks of welcoming patrons and guests to our grounds in November are simply too…

NFL head coach reveals he was infected with Covid-19

The head coach of the NFL’s Los Angeles Chargers tested positive for Covid-19, he revealed in the latest season of HBO’s “Hard Knocks.” “I can’t promise you you’re not going to get infected,” Anthony Lynn told his players at the top of the program. “I got infected.” The revelation was met with looks of surprise…

The city was at the epicenter of Europe’s pandemic. Now its soccer club Atalanta wants to ‘bring a smile’ back to ‘damaged’ region

In a city of around 120,000 people, television stations showed pictures of columns of military trucks transporting the coffins of Covid-19 victims down the empty streets of Bergamo, Italy. Lombardy, the region in the north of the country, became the epicenter of the coronavius outbreak in February. According to CNN, there have been 96,519 cases…

Borussia Dortmund digs its heels to stop Manchester United signing Jadon Sancho

Borussia Dortmund says youngster Jadon Sancho will remain at the club next season after Manchester United was reportedly close to signing the starlet. Sancho, 20, is one of the hottest prospects in world football — scoring 17 league goals and making 16 assists last season — and had been strongly linked with a move to…

Why it’s now or never in Neymar’s quest for European glory

When dreams clash with reality; when life reaches a daunting crossroads; when we must decide whether to be or make history. Right now Neymar is at the crossroads. A 21st century football brand fueled by endless promise; a nouveau-riche social, commercial and cultural phenomena; a superstar who’s no stranger to the scrutiny of the public…

The 23-year-old major winner who’s made breaking records a habit

As the PGA Championship entered its final day on Sunday and, at one point, six players shared the lead, all attention was on the usual suspects: Brooks Koepka, Dustin Johnson, Justin Rose. But it was a 23-year-old from Los Angeles, California, who separated himself from all the big hitters to claim his first major at…

Verstappen outfoxes Mercedes duo to win 70th Anniversary Grand Prix

Max Verstappen stunned the Mercedes duo of world champion Lewis Hamilton and pole sitter Valtteri Bottas to claim victory in the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix at Silverstone on Sunday. It was the ninth victory of the young Dutchman’s Formula One career and a triumph for the Red Bull team, whose car adapted better to the…

Champions League: Inspired Lionel Messi lifts Barcelona into quarterfinals

Lionel Messi scored a spellbinding goal as Barcelona beat Napoli 3-1 (4-2 on aggregate) in the Camp Nou on Saturday night to advance to the quarterfinals of the Champions League. Barca will play Bayern Munich in the last eight after the German champion completed a 7-1 aggregate win over Chelsea. With the series level at…

Juventus replaces sacked Maurizio Sarri with former star Andrea Pirlo

Juventus coach Maurizio Sarri was sacked on Saturday following the Serie A club’s Champions League last 16 exit to Lyon and immediately replaced by former star player Andrea Pirlo. The 41-year-old Pirlo won four league titles with Juve as a player as well as being a World Cup winner with Italy in 2006. He has…

Cristiano Ronaldo’s brace can’t save Juventus as the Champions League returns in style

Cristiano Ronaldo’s brace was not enough to fire Juventus into the Champions League quarterfinals as European football’s most prestigious cup competition returned in style on Friday. The Serie A champion faced an uphill task from the very start with its opponents Lyon winning the first-leg 1-0 and, despite winning 2-1 on the night, Juventus lost…

More than 60 players withdraw from 2020 NFL season over coronavirus concerns

Over 60 NFL players have opted out of the 2020 season because of the coronavirus pandemic. Players had until 4 p.m. ET on Thursday to decide and after the deadline passed, a spokesperson for the NFL told CNN that out of 2,880 players, 66 players chose to opt out. That figure could be higher —…

Bryson DeChambeau snaps driver during PGA Championship opening round

Is Bryson DeChambeau now simply too strong and powerful for his own good? And beware Tiger Woods at the season’s first major. DeChambeau may just have inadvertently answered that initial question after another show of brute force off the tee during the PGA Championship’s opening round in San Francisco — an event taking place in…

‘More than a Club?’ How FC Barcelona ‘lost its soul’

In recent times, mention Barcelona and the word “crisis” probably isn’t too far behind. For a number of years, talisman Lionel Messi, widely considered to be the greatest player of all time, has been the glue that has held the Catalan club together. His consistently brilliant match-winning performances have papered over the figurative and literal…

How a yellow jersey is dividing Brazil

Brazil’s bright yellow jersey is a symbol that unites the country through a love of football and national pride, but over the past two years the shirt’s adoption by right wing supporters of Jair Bolsonaro, who wear it at protests and rallies to show their political allegiance to the Brazilian president, is causing controversy. That…

LeBron James laughs off Trump’s criticism of NBA players taking a knee

NBA star LeBron James says the league won’t miss Donald Trump’s viewership after the US President criticized players for kneeling during the national anthem. Following the deaths of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, NBA players have been vocal in their calls for social justice and, as the season resumed last week, every player knelt during…

American billionaire agrees deal to buy Italian football giant AS Roma

US billionaire Dan Friedkin has agreed a deal to purchase AS Roma, the Italian soccer giant confirmed on Thursday. The Serie A side said formal contracts with Friedkin’s consortium were signed on Wednesday, in a deal worth 591 million euros ($700m). The transaction is expected to be completed by the end of August. Friedkin is…

How ‘gym rat’ Brooks Koepka is bucking golf’s trends

“He loves working out; He’s a gym rat; He hits the ball a mile,” are some of the ways Brooks Koepka has been characterized by a number of golf writers and commentators. “I’m not that big,” quips Koepka in a interview with CNN Sport’s Coy Wire earlier this year. “It’s old … I hang around…

Tiger Woods confident of adding to major tally at PGA Championship

Asked if he could win the PGA Championship, golf’s first major of the calendar year amid a disrupted season, a smiling Tiger Woods had a simple answer for reporters. “Of course,” Woods said. With no supporters in attendance at San Francisco’s Harding Park, there will be no roaring atmosphere that Woods usually feeds off at…

Rafa Nadal will not defend US Open title in New York

Citing the “complicated” nature of the world under the pandemic, Rafael Nadal has opted not to defend his US Open title later this month in Flushing Meadows, New York. In a tweet posted Tuesday, Nadal said: “I have decided not to play this year’s US Open. The situation is very complicated worldwide, the COVID-19 cases…

Susie Wolff says Lewis Hamilton’s criticism of F1 is ‘absolutely valid’

Susie Wolff knows more than most about fighting for equality and diversity in motorsport. In 2014 the Scot became the first female in 22 years to take part in a Formula 1 Grand Prix weekend, driving in a practice session ahead of the British GP. She is currently the first, and only, female Team Principal…

How Bruno Fernandes transformed Manchester United’s fortunes

There hasn’t been much to shout about at Manchester United over the last few years. The success enjoyed under legendary manager Alex Ferguson feels like a distant memory for a global fan base that has watched its once great club lurch from one bad decision to another. An FA Cup win in 2016 under Louis…

Fulham triumph in world’s most lucrative football match, worth a possible $346 million

Joe Bryan’s two extra-time goals secured Fulham a 2-1 victory against Brentford and a place in the English Premier League in what’s been dubbed the world’s most valuable football match in Tuesday’s Championship play-off final. Bryan set Fulham on the way to victory with an audacious free kick that caught Brentford goalkeeper David Raya out…

Justin Thomas returns to world No. 1 ahead of PGA Championship

Justin Thomas is officially the best golfer in the world again after winning his 13th PGA Tour event on Sunday. The American clinched victory at the WGC FedEx St. Jude Invitational in Tennessee, US, by three strokes to regain the world No. 1 ranking for the first time since June 2018. He ended John Rahm’s…

Israel Folau remains standing as other players take a knee on Super League’s return

Rugby league star Israel Folau’s decision not to take a knee before a game should be respected as a “personal choice,” says Catalans Dragons coach Steve McNamara. Folau, who returned to rugby league last year after being sacked by Rugby Australia for a homophobic social media post, chose not to take a knee alongside his…

Lewis Hamilton survives ‘heart-in-the-mouth’ finish to win British Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton won a record-extending seventh British Grand Prix despite a dramatic finish at Silverstone that saw both him and teammate Valtteri Bottas suffer punctures. The chaotic end meant Bottas dropped from second to 11th, while Hamilton, whose tire trouble came on the final lap, held on to cross the line five seconds ahead of…

Nick Kyrgios won’t compete at the US Open amid coronavirus concerns

Tennis star Nick Kyrgios has announced that he will not play at the upcoming US Open due to the coronavirus pandemic. World No. 40 Kyrgios has been an outspoken critic of exhibition tournaments staged amid the pandemic, most notably the Adria Tour organized by Novak Djokovic. In pulling out of the US Open, which is…

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang brace helps Arsenal lift the FA Cup against Chelsea

Arsenal came from behind to claim the FA Cup with a 2-1 victory against Chelsea thanks to a Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang double at Wembley Stadium. Chelsea took the lead after five minutes through Christian Pulisic, but Arsenal came back strongly midway through the first half when Aubameyang was brought down by Cesar Azpilicueta in the Chelsea…

Emirati woman smashes soccer ‘hotstepping’ Guinness record

Areej Al Hammadi, a young woman from the United Arab Emirates, has shattered the Guinness World Record for soccer ball “hotstepping,” completing 86 repetitions of the ball control trick in a minute. The previous record? A mere 56, set in March in the United Kingdom. “It’s an amazing feeling to break a Guinness World Records…

Louisiana-Lafayette assistant football coach D.J. Looney dies at 31

University of Louisiana at Lafayette assistant football coach D.J. Looney has died at the age of 31, according to a statement from the school’s Department of Athletics. Looney, who was entering his third season on staff with the Ragin’ Cajuns as an assistant offensive line coach, passed away Saturday morning after suffering a heart attack…

WTA Tour return to go ahead as planned despite player’s positive coronavirus test

The return of tennis’ WTA Tour will go ahead as planned in Palermo despite an unnamed player testing positive for Covid-19. According to a statement, the player is asymptomatic and has withdrawn from the tournament — the first official tennis event since early March. The Palermo Ladies Open is scheduled to take place from August…

PSG completes domestic treble after French League Cup final victory against Lyon

Paris Saint-Germain sealed a fourth domestic treble in six seasons after overcoming Lyon on penalties in the French League Cup final. It was the last ever game of the League Cup competition — which is to be canceled after this season — and Friday’s contest in Paris ended goalless after extra-time. Both sides converted each…

Kendall Kemm: 16-year-old with one-armed swing gets golf lesson from six-time major winner

Five years ago, Kendall Kemm lost the ability to use her left arm, after treatment for a rare medical condition known as Arteriovenus Malformation. So, imagine the surprise when video of the now 16-year-old’s first golf lesson swinging one-handed went viral and attracted some pretty high-profile attention. READ: Is Bryson DeChambeau irreversibly changing golf? Golf…

New York Liberty’s Sabrina Ionescu leaves game after ankle injury

New York Liberty guard Sabrina Ionescu left Friday’s game against the Atlanta Dream with a reported ankle sprain, according to the team. The injury happened during the second quarter when Ionescu appeared to roll her left ankle. Ionescu hit the ground and immediately grabbed the ankle. She was helped off the court, putting no weight…

‘Possible poisoning’ as 11 birds found dead ahead of major pigeon race

A scandal has engulfed pigeon racing after 11 French birds were found dead on the eve of a major competition. A further seven birds remain seriously ill in the suspected poisoning, leading to the Club des Internationaux Français’ (CIF) decision to withdraw 2,000 of its birds from the event over safety fears. Nearly 15,000 birds…

The golfer who drove over 4,000 miles across the US to play in tournaments

Whether it be “On The Road Again” by Willie Nelson or “Don’t Stop Believin’” by Journey, compiling a playlist for a road trip is a key part of the experience. Norwegian golfer Viktor Hovland, who has been driving between tournaments all across the US for the last few months to avoid flying during the coronavirus…

Serena Williams helps to donate 4.25 million face masks to schools in need

Serena Williams is helping to donate 4.25 million face masks to schools in the US as children prepare to head back to classrooms in the coming months. The 23-grand-slam champion has teamed up with t-shirt company Bella+Canvas, the National School Board Association and Scholastic in order to provide the face coverings to schools in need.…

Formula One driver Sergio Perez tests positive for Covid-19 and will miss British Grand Prix

Formula One driver Sergio Perez has tested positive for Covid-19 and will miss this weekend’s British Grand Prix. The Mexican was self-isolating from the rest of the paddock on Thursday after an initial test came back as “inconclusive,” his Racing Point team said, before a retest confirmed he had the coronavirus. “With assistance of the…

Saudi-backed consortium pulls out of bid to buy Newcastle United

A Saudi Arabian-backed consortium has withdrawn its bid to buy English Premier League side Newcastle United. Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund (PIF) had been part of a three-party deal fronted by PCP Capital Partners, a venture capital and private equity company founded and run by British businesswoman Amanda Staveley, and real estate firm Reuben Brothers,…

Wheelchair basketball player considers leg amputation after rule change

British wheelchair basketball athlete George Bates has said he is considering having his leg amputated after a rule change left him ineligible to play for Great Britain. The 26-year-old Bates, who is from Leicester, England, would have been likely to represent GB at the Paralympics in Japan in 2021, but the International Paralympic Committee (IPC)…

Gianni Infantino: Swiss special prosecutor opens criminal proceedings against FIFA president

A special prosecutor appointed to look into undocumented meetings between Swiss Attorney General Michael Lauber and FIFA President Gianni Infantino has launched criminal proceedings against the head of world football and requested approval to open proceedings against Lauber, Swiss authorities announced on Thursday. Stefan Keller, who was appointed as “extraordinary prosecutor” on June 29 2020…

Rory McIlroy hints that he might not return to Europe to play amid Covid-19 fears

Rory McIlroy has suggested that he may choose not to return to Europe to compete on the European Tour this year due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Northern Irishman is competing in the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational in Tennessee this week and will play in the US PGA Championship next week and the US Open…

No sex and no fans, but the beer is flowing fast in the NBA ‘bubble’

In 1987, the New York Giants won the Super Bowl and their quarterback Phil Simms uttered five immortal words: “I’m going to Disney World!” Thus began a tradition, which still continues to this day: The Super Bowl MVP has always repeated the line and is subsequently feted with a parade at a Disney park of…

World No. 1 Ashleigh Barty won’t play in Western & Southern Open or US Open

Australia’s Ashleigh Barty, the top-ranked singles player in women’s tennis, has announced she will not play in either the Western & Southern Open or the US Open, citing Covid-19 concerns. “My team and I have decided that we won’t be travelling to the US for the Western and Southern Open and the US Open this…

New Zealand mourns death of former All Blacks captain Andy Haden

The rugby world is paying tribute to Andy Haden, the former All Blacks captain who passed away on Wednesday aged 69. Haden played 117 games for New Zealand between 1972 and 1985, including 41 test matches. He captained the All Blacks on eight occasions. “Andy’s stature and influence as a player was huge,” New Zealand…

What I learned from watching 92 games of Premier League football in a row

For some reason, once ‘Project Restart’ was given the go ahead, the thought occurred: wouldn’t it make for a fascinating experiment to watch all the remaining 92 fixtures in the English Premier League play out at different times of the day and document any lessons from sitting — or standing — through (injury time notwithstanding)…

Kingdom of Bahrain purchases stake in French club Paris FC

The Kingdom of Bahrain has bought a 20% stake in French side Paris FC, the newest reflection of the Middle East’s growing influence in European football. In a statement Monday, the Ligue 2 team said the Bahraini fund will become the club’s main sponsor with the aim of “increasing the image and reputation of Bahrain.”…

Khabib Nurmagomedov to fight Justin Gaethje in October return, says UFC president Dana White

Khabib Nurmagomedov will return to the Octagon in October to fight Justin Gaethje, according to Dana White. The UFC president confirmed the long-awaited bout will now take place on October 24, after a difficult year for the Russian fighter. Nurmagomedov’s father and trainer, Abdulmanap, 57, died in a Moscow hospital earlier this month due to…

Lewis Hamilton clarifies anti-vaccine Instagram post after backlash

Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton has clarified his views on a potential coronavirus vaccine after sharing an anti-vaccination post on social media. The 35-year-old Mercedes driver faced fierce criticism on Monday after uploading the video, which accuses Microsoft founder Bill Gates of lying about coronavirus vaccine trials, to his Instagram story. In Hamilton’s since-deleted…

No beer, no food and less chanting. The new normal for baseball fans in South Korea

South Korean baseball fans are back. Ten percent of stadiums are now allowed to be filled, with spectators scattered throughout the stands and a myriad of restrictions to try and prevent the spread of coronavirus. Sunday’s game between home team Doosan Bears and LG Twins in the south of Seoul saw less than 2,500 fans…

Paris Saint-Germain suffers Kylian Mbappe injury blow ahead of Champions League

Paris Saint-Germain’s Champions League hopes suffered a major blow Monday as the club confirmed star forward Kylian Mbappe will be out for three weeks with an ankle injury. The 21-year-old limped out of Friday’s French Cup final win against Saint-Étienne following a late tackle from Loic Perrin, who was shown a red card for the…

Is Bryson DeChambeau irreversibly changing golf?

During the height of lockdown, while most of us sought comfort in movies, Netflix and video games, Bryson DeChambeau found purpose in the gym. When golf resumed in early June, DeChambeau emerged with an additional 40 pounds of muscle and hit the ground running with his new powerful physique. In the five tournaments he has…

Cristiano Ronaldo scores as Juventus wins ninth straight Serie A title

There are few certainties in life, but Juventus winning Serie A and Cristiano Ronaldo scoring in big games seem to be two of them. Ronaldo scored his 31st league goal of the season as Juventus won its ninth consecutive Serie A title with a 2-0 victory against Sampdoria. It extends the club’s record streak in…

Manchester United, Chelsea seal Champions League spots as Leicester misses out

Manchester United and Chelsea grabbed the final two Champions League places at the expense of Leicester City on the final day of the English Premier League season. The three teams were separated by just one point heading into Sunday and Chelsea beat Wolves 2-0 at home to book one of the spots with both goals…

Manchester United in nearly-$100 million game against Leicester

Manchester United, Chelsea and Leicester City would have likely — to use the expression — “bitten your hand off” to be in the position they are now in the English Premier League. On the final day of the season, the three teams know a win Sunday would guarantee them a lucrative Champions League spot —…

Spanish footballing great Xavi ‘ok’ after testing positive for coronavirus

Xavi, considered one of the greatest midfielders of his generation, has tested positive for the coronavirus but says he is “ok.” The 40-year-old Spaniard revealed the news on his Instagram account and the team he manages, Al Sadd in the Qatar Stars League (QSL), put out his statement on its website. “A few days ago,…

The first practicing medical doctor to play in the NFL opts out of the 2020 season

Super Bowl champion Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, the first practicing medical doctor to play in the NFL, has decided to opt out of playing in the upcoming season due to the coronavirus pandemic. “This is one of the most difficult decisions I have had to make in my life but I must follow my convictions and do…

Tennis tournaments canceled in China until next year amid coronavirus fears

Eleven tennis tournaments set to be played in China this year have been canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic. Both the WTA and ATP have had to scrap all their remaining meetings in the country after China’s General Administration of Sport announced it would not hold any international sporting events until 2021. The canceled events…

Cleveland Indians will talk with Native American leaders about team name, owner says

Major League Baseball’s Cleveland Indians will consult with Native American leaders as the franchise continues looking into the path forward for the team’s name. “We will engage Native American leaders to better understand their perspectives,” team owner Paul Dolan said in a statement. Dolan said he had met with players and team manager Terry Francona…

Police investigating ‘abhorrent’ racist comment made to Borussia Dortmund teenager Jude Bellingham

Jude Bellingham, a promising 17-year-old English footballer who signed with top German club Borussia Dortmund this week, has called the racist comment he received on Twitter following his move to the Bundesliga team “disgusting.” On Thursday, Bellingham posted a screengrab of the now-deleted message on Twitter which called him an “overrated talent” and said “Black…

Liverpool lifts ‘special’ Premier League title after thrilling victory against Chelsea

Liverpool finally got its hands on the English Premier League trophy following an action-packed 5-3 win against Chelsea at Anfield. The Reds mathematically won the title last month, but lifted the trophy inside an empty stadium on Wednesday after a 31st victory of the season. “Absolutely special” was how manager Jurgen Klopp described getting his…

Tokyo 2020: From Biles to skateboarding — here’s what we missed

This was supposed to be a week of celebration in Tokyo. Japan would be opening its doors to the world and launching the 32nd Olympiad in the capital. Instead, the postponement of the Games amid the Covid-19 pandemic means the wait goes on before new Olympic heroes emerge, unfamiliar sports captivate and legendary Olympic moments…

Michael Jordan game-worn sneakers tipped to fetch over $500,000 at auction

One knock-on effect of the hype surrounding “The Last Dance” documentary appears to be a boon in Michael Jordan memorabilia, with one pair of the former Chicago Bulls star’s sneakers expected to fetch over $500,000 at auction. The online “Original Air” auction of 11 items — browsing opens on July 23 and bidding takes place…

Russian goalkeeper, 16, makes remarkable recovery after being struck by lightning

Russian goalkeeper Ivan Zaborovsky, 16, has made a remarkable recovery after he was struck by lightning during a training session earlier this month. Footage of the freak incident showed the teenager being hit by the bolt as he went to kick a ball into the goal, while his teammates were training near the touchline. The…

Stern warnings issued to fans amid Liverpool’s historic trophy presentation

Manager Jurgen Klopp has likened it to the eager anticipation of opening presents on Christmas Day, but Liverpool fans have been urged to stay at home ahead of the team’s trophy presentation at Anfield on Wednesday. Contrary to government guidelines, fans gathered outside the stadium as Chelsea defeated Manchester City last month and Liverpool’s 30-year…

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