1. Premier League chief 'confident' of June restart  EWN
  2. Liverpool Premier League return latest as Richard Masters issues Project Restart update  Liverpool.com
  3. Henderson has felt 'safe' since return to Liverpool training  Sport24
  4. Henderson confident Liverpool will hit ground running on return from coronavirus lockdown  Goal.com
  5. Premier League clubs set for contact training vote next week  Sky Sports
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Premier League players and staff have been checked for the coronavirus, with six people testing positive including Watford defender Adrian Mariappa.Premier League players and staff have been checked for the coronavirus, with six people testing positive including Watford defender Adrian Mariappa.

Premier League chief 'confident' of June restart

Discussions regarding restarting the 2019/20 Premier League campaign are ongoingDiscussions regarding restarting the 2019/20 Premier League campaign are ongoing

Liverpool Premier League return latest as Richard Masters issues Project Restart update - Liverpool.com

Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson insists he has felt "very safe" since his club returned to training amid the coronavirus crisis this week.Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson insists he has felt "very safe" since his club returned to training amid the coronavirus crisis this week.

Henderson has felt 'safe' since return to Liverpool training | Sport24

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The latest Blood Red podcast is in as the panel discuss all the week's Liverpool FC news, plus answer questions submitted by Reds supporters The latest Blood Red podcast is in as the panel discuss all the week's Liverpool FC news, plus answer questions submitted by Reds supporters

Liverpool could yet have Premier League title parade, while Xherdan Shaqiri tipped to stay - Liverpool Echo

NBA and MLS are also keen on the 'Stay at Home - Be at the Game' project, which creates lifesize cardboard cut-outs of real-life fans to help raise money for the fight against coronavirus NBA and MLS are also keen on the 'Stay at Home - Be at the Game' project, which creates lifesize cardboard cut-outs of real-life fans to help raise money for the fight against coronavirus

Three Premier League clubs 'in talks' to put cardboard cut-outs of fans in stands - Mirror Online

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Wolverhampton Wanderers news - All of the latest WWFC headlines from BirminghamLive and elsewhereWolverhampton Wanderers news - All of the latest WWFC headlines from BirminghamLive and elsewhere

Wolves issue key update as surprise link to Real Madrid star emerges - Birmingham Live

Like the European super league, Premier League 2 is an idea that forever seems to be bubbling under the surface. The financial crisis caused by coronavirus has apparently given fresh impetus to talks.Like the European super league, Premier League 2 is an idea that forever seems to be bubbling under the surface. The financial crisis caused by coronavirus has apparently given fresh impetus to talks.

Change is needed but the last thing football needs is another split - Stuart Rayner | Yorkshire Post

“Newcastle United club doctor plots route back to Premier League action - but warns players have huge responsibilities https://t.co/vitqldkdus #nufc”

Lee Ryder on Twitter: "Newcastle United club doctor plots route back to Premier League action - but warns players have huge responsibilities https://t.co/vitqldkdus #nufc"

“Reassuring to see that the chief executive of the Premier League has a Premier League footballer's garden”

Adam Hurrey on Twitter: "Reassuring to see that the chief executive of the Premier League has a Premier League footballer's garden… "

“Mauricio Pochettino interview: On meeting Unai Emery for coffee, keeping in touch with Jose Mourinho, changing the football vision at Tottenham, his love of the Premier League and being "open to listen to all the projects" https://t.co/jWi0RGRvQj”

Melissa Reddy on Twitter: "Mauricio Pochettino interview: On meeting Unai Emery for coffee, keeping in touch with Jose Mourinho, changing the football vision at Tottenham, his love of the Premier League and being "open to listen to all the projects" https://t.co/jWi0RGRvQj"

“• Fog on the Takeover Tyne • Man Utd losses; Glazers still profiting • Lallana's contract call • Premier League's test of nerve • Dance With You Sister Award https://t.co/ROyjiBBVRE”

Duncan Castles on Twitter: "• Fog on the Takeover Tyne • Man Utd losses; Glazers still profiting • Lallana's contract call • Premier League's test of nerve • Dance With You Sister Award https://t.co/ROyjiBBVRE… https://t.co/jnSxMstxro"

Premier League clubs are set to vote next week to start contact training despite the concerns of many players.Premier League clubs are set to vote next week to start contact training despite the concerns of many players.

Premier League clubs set for contact training vote next week | Football News | Sky Sports

Latest Liverpool FC news, analysis and transfer rumours from This Is AnfieldThe English top flight are hoping to kick off in June.

Premier League urging swift return to full-contact training as restart date nears - Liverpool FC from This Is Anfield

Premier League boss Richard Masters admitted curtailment is still a possibilityPremier League boss Richard Masters admitted curtailment is still a possibility

Premier League chief provides update on when Arsenal, Chelsea and Spurs could return to action - football.london

LONDON (REUTERS) - Completing the Premier League campaign and getting the new season underway will see much-needed funds flow to clubs in the lower divisions who are struggling due to the Covid-19 shutdown, Brighton & Hove Albion CEO Paul Barber has said.. Read more at straitstimes.com.Football News -LONDON (REUTERS) - Completing the Premier League campaign and getting the new season underway will see much-needed funds flow to clubs in the lower divisions who are struggling due to

Football: Premier League restart will boost lower divisions' finances, says Brighton chief, Football News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

The Independent have reported that the government want some of the remaining Premier League matches to be shown for free if footballing action resumes next month. The Premier League has been given the green light to

Report: Spurs fans may be able to watch some games for free this season - Spurs Web - Tottenham Hotspur Football News

Manchester City can resume training in small groups after the Premier League announced safety measures earlier this week. Manchester City can resume training in small groups after the Premier League announced safety measures earlier this week.

Phil Foden among Man City players seen arriving at training ground - Manchester Evening News

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Premier League chief admits season could still be abandoned - Onefootball

Games will be played behind closed doors when the Premier League returnsThree Premier League clubs are reportedly considering cardboard cut-out fans in their stands when football returns. Under the league’s current Project Restart proposals, games could resume as early…

Three Premier League clubs 'in talks' to have cardboard cut-out fans in stadiums when season resumes

Three Premier League clubs are reportedly considering cardboard cut-out fans in their stands when football returns. Under the league’s current Project Restart proposals, games could resume as early…

Three Premier League clubs 'in talks' to have cardboard cut-out fans in stadiums when season resumes

Jordan Henderson nutmegged Manchester United's Paul Scholes in 2010 and Sunderland wanted everyone to know about itSunderland's tweet after Jordan Henderson 'schooled' Paul Scholes in 2010 is going viral again

Remembering when Jordan Henderson nutmegged Paul Scholes in 2010 | GiveMeSport

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UK government ‘demanding’ free-to-air 3pm Saturday games for Premier League restart - We Ain't Got No History

The Premier League has been suspended since 13 March amid the COVID-19 crisis and 12 June has been identified as a possible date to restart. Players returned to training in small groups this week.The Premier League has been suspended since 13 March amid the COVID-19 crisis and 12 June has been identified as a possible date to restart. Players returned to training in small groups this week.

Coronavirus Outbreak: Premier League confident about June restart, says chief executive Richard Masters - Firstpost

Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson says he feels "very safe" at Liverpool's Melwood training ground during the first phase of a gradual return towards a Premier League restart.Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson says he feels "very safe" at Liverpool's Melwood training ground during the first phase of a gradual return towards a Premier League restart.

Jordan Henderson gives verdict on return to training

Bayer Leverkusen's Kai Havertz is expected to be the next big thing in European football, according to Owen Hargreaves. The 20-year-old...Bayer Leverkusen's Kai Havertz is expected to be the next big thing in European football, according to Owen Hargreaves. The 20-year-old...

Will Kai Havertz play in the Premier League next season?

Bayer Leverkusen's Kai Havertz is expected to be the next big thing in European football, according to Owen Hargreaves. The 20-year-old...Bayer Leverkusen's Kai Havertz is expected to be the next big thing in European football, according to Owen Hargreaves. The 20-year-old...

Will Kai Havertz play in the Premier League next season?

The Premier League wants clubs to resume full contact training as early as next week, according to reports. The Times claims top flight bosses are now hoping to step up the phased return to full training with a view to restarting in mid-June, but could face push-back from players.The Premier League wants clubs to resume full contact training as early as next week, according to reports. The Times claims top flight bosses are now hoping to step up the phased return to full

Project Restart latest as Premier League ‘push for full training by next week’ | London Evening Standard

Take a look at Liverpool's second day back at Melwood with the latest edition of Inside Training.Take a look at Liverpool's second day back at Melwood with the latest edition of Inside Training.

Inside Training: Watch the second day of Liverpool's return to Melwood - Liverpool FC

The Premier League is "as confident as we can be" about restarting in June, said chief executive Richard Masters.The Premier League is "as confident as we can be" about restarting in June, said chief executive Richard Masters.

Coronavirus - Premier League chief growing 'confident' on June re-start

Three Premier League clubs are said to be considering the idea of placing cardboard cut-outs of supporters in empty stands when the 2019/20 campaign gets back underwayThree Premier League clubs are said to be considering the idea of placing cardboard cut-outs of supporters in empty stands when the 2019/20 campaign gets back underway

Three Premier League clubs in talks for cardboard cutouts of fans at games - Daily Star

Premier League clubs have returned to training this week, with small-group sessions having been given the green light to take place from Tuesday onwards.Premier League clubs have returned to training this week, with small-group sessions having been given the green light…

The latest on Project Restart after clubs return to training | Fantasy Football Tips, News and Views from Fantasy Football Scout

The Premier League is "as confident as we can be" about restarting in June, says chief executive Richard Masters.The Premier League is "as confident as we can be" about restarting in June, says chief executive Richard Masters.

Coronavirus: Premier League 'as confident as we can be' about June return - BBC Sport

The Premier League are determined for clubs to restart full-contact training next week but face a battle to convince players. The return to normal training is a key component of Project Restart.The Premier League are determined for clubs to restart full-contact training next week but face a battle to convince players. The return to normal training is a key component of Project Restart.

Premier League 'want clubs to resume full-contact training' NEXT WEEK to speed up Project Restart | Daily Mail Online

Chief executive Richard Masters says the Premier League is “as confident as we can be” about England’s top league restarting in June. The Premier League has been suspended since 13 March amid the Covid-19 crisis and 12 June has been identified as a possible date to restart. Players returned to training in small groups this week. Among the top European leagues only theChief executive Richard Masters says the Premier League is “as confident as we can be” about England’s top league restarting in June. The Premier League has been suspended since 13 March amid the

Premier League ‘as confident as we can be’ about June season restart, chief executive insists | The Independent

Premier League clubs were allowed to resume training this week on Tuesday as they aim to complete the 2019/20 season that was halted in mid-March.  A number of players resumed training on Tue...Premier League clubs were allowed to resume training this week on Tuesday as they aim to complete the 2019/20 season that was halted in mid-March.  A number of players resumed training on Tue...

Liverpool captain Henderson sends message to Chelsea's Kante after missing training | Futaa.com

Premier League clubs were allowed to resume training this week on Tuesday as they aim to complete the 2019/20 season that was halted in mid-March.  A number of players resumed training on Tue...Premier League clubs were allowed to resume training this week on Tuesday as they aim to complete the 2019/20 season that was halted in mid-March.  A number of players resumed training on Tue...

Liverpool captain Henderson sends message to Chelsea's Kante after missing training | Futaa.com

EVERYDAY is Groundhog Day for the League of Ireland. The Premier Clubs Alliance met on Monday, the National League Executive Committee on Tuesday, Steering Group on Wednesday and all 19 clubs and F…

Coronavirus in Ireland – League of Ireland’s only route to survive as we know it may have to include unorthodox methods – The Irish Sun

The world is now going into a deep and sharp recession. With each week that passes increasing indicators are available to strengthen this conclusion. In America we have unemployment figures akin to the Great Depression, accept what took 4 years in America to arrive at took little over 4 weeks in 2020. In the UK the news on the levels unemployment came as a surprise. It rose to over 2 million and its highest level since the mid 90’s, overtaking […]

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Henderson said he understood the decision of players at other clubs who have stayed away.Henderson said he understood the decision of players at other clubs who have stayed away.

Why Liverpool ace 'feels safe' since return to training - Daily Nation

Premier League still aiming to kick off matches again in June, PL Chief Executive says growing confidence and momentum.Premier League still aiming to kick off matches again in June, PL Chief Executive says growing confidence and momentum.

Premier League chief says there is now confidence and momentum to kick off again in June | NUFC The Mag

Norwich City’s first coronavirus test results are expected to be announced this weekend.Norwich City’s first coronavirus test results are expected to be announced this weekend.

Norwich City awaiting first coronavirus test results | Pink Un - Norwich City Football Club News

Premier League clubs will be meeting next week to vote on contact training this after reporting to group training earlier this week. The training has basically been done while observing distance b...Premier League clubs will be meeting next week to vote on contact training this after reporting to group training earlier this week. The training has basically been done while observing distance b...

Premier League clubs set to vote next week on contact training | Futaa.com Zambia

Premier League clubs will be meeting next week to vote on contact training this after reporting to group training earlier this week. The training has basically been done while observing distance b...Premier League clubs will be meeting next week to vote on contact training this after reporting to group training earlier this week. The training has basically been done while observing distance b...

Premier League clubs set to vote next week on contact training | Futaa.com Zambia

English teams still in Europe wait for clarity on travel rules for two Uefa competitionsEnglish teams still in Europe wait for clarity on travel rules for two Uefa competitions

Two more Watford players isolate while UK quarantine rules may hit European plans

Harry Redknapp hinted earlier this month that he wanted to get back into football.Harry Redknapp hinted earlier this month that he wanted to get back into football.

Harry Redknapp reveals truth behind buying a Football League club to Jamie Redknapp | Football | Sport | Express.co.uk

Premier League chief executive Richard Masters is pushing for the 2019-20 season to resume despite admitting the goal of completing the campaign may not be achievable.Premier League chief executive Richard Masters is pushing for the 2019-20 season to resume despite admitting the goal of completing the campaign may not be...

Premier League 'confident as we can be' but could still abandon season | The World Game

Fans could be asked to vote to select personalised goal celebration music for individual players when the Premier League resumes.The proposals are being discussed by clubs to promote greater supporter engagement around behind-closed-doors matches.The prospect of fan polls has led some clubs to express concerns...Fans could be asked to vote to select personalised goal celebration music for individual players when the Premier League resumes.The proposals are being discussed by clubs to promote greater supporter engagement around behind-closed-doors matches.The prospect of fan polls has led some clubs to express concerns...

PL fans 'may vote on personalised goal celebration music for players' - Ghana Latest Football News, Live Scores, Results - GHANAsoccernet

Leicester City news | Masters admitted curtailment is still a possibility. Leicester City news | Masters admitted curtailment is still a possibility.

Premier League chief admits Leicester City aren't out of the woods as return beckons - Leicestershire Live