MADRID: Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola has donated one million euros ($1.08 million) to help buy medical supplies for the fight against the coronavirus pandemic in his native Spain.
KUALA LUMPUR: Former national coach K. Rajagobal has suggested that the Malaysian Football League (MFL) sacrifice the FA Cup competition to ensure that the Malaysia Cup tournament can be held this season.
LONDON: Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane is on course to return from a hamstring injury whenever the Premier League resumes following the enforced break due to the coronavirus, he said on Tuesday.
LONDON: Everton and England defender Michael Keane said on Wednesday that players will be able to return to Premier League action after only a
THE M-League secretariat must be prepared for any eventualities following the suspension of the M-League, said Malaysian Football League (MFL) director Datuk Yusoff Mahadi.
DO not just voice out your worries or problems to the press or on social media. Everyone should hold an open discussion and find a solution to this football nightmare.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta feared who he might have infected when he tested positive for coronavirus, but said on Thursday he has completed his recovery and is ready to return to work with the Premier League side.
LONDON: Jurgen Klopp says the mood at Liverpool is upbeat despite the coronavirus lockdown, even admitting he has tried to copy Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain’s dance moves to keep himself occupied.
JUVENTUS forward Paulo Dybala, one of the highest-profile players to be infected with the Covid-19 coronavirus, has started training again after recovering from the illness which he said left him struggling for breath.
KUALA LUMPUR: Football legends Datuk Hassan Sani, Datuk Santokh Singh and Datuk Soh Chin Aun have called for compromises and empathy after the M-League was suspended due to Covid-19.
LONDON: Jurgen Klopp says his ability to build close relationships with his Liverpool players has been the secret to their success during his reign.
MANCHESTER: England’s Premier League clubs will hold a video conference call between themselves on Thursday as they begin to sketch out a way to complete the suspended season and tackle the financial damage caused by the coronavirus pandemic.