Coronavirus COVID-19: the main thing in sports for June 3 – Other sports news


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Pogrebnyak compared coronavirus to prison

Forward “Ural” Pavel Pogrebnyak talked about how he had been ill with a coronavirus. The disease was detected by a football player on May 22, he was soon hospitalized.

“As regards well-being, at last I’m free! We can say that the 14-day period was rewound. I feel good. Of course, the conditions are not the most chic, but there is an explanation for this: there are a lot of patients, the burden on hospitals, of course, is serious. I would like to say thanks to all the medical workers who have been following me and are struggling with this vile disease, ”the player said.

Spain considers fans returning to stadiums

The Ministry of Health of Spain is considering the possibility of returning fans to the stadiums after the resumption of the national football championship. This was stated by the coordinator for emergency situations in the field of health Fernando Simon.

The season in the championship of Spain should resume on June 11.

According to Simon, the regions of Spain, which will soon enter the third stage of lifting restrictions, can start to play matches with the audience, but most likely they will be prohibited by the sporting principle.

The players of Barcelona refused to go for a second reduction in salaries

The leadership of the Spanish “Barcelona” again asked the players to reduce salaries amid the crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

The initial agreement between the club and the players is about to expire. Within three months, blue-garnet players lost less than 17% of their salaries.

It is reported that this time they tried to persuade the players for a less serious reduction in salaries, but the players refused.

Russian coaches cannot get into the Bulgarian national team

Russian coaches Alexander Kasperovich and Vitaly Noritsyn cannot join the Bulgarian biathlon team. The team is currently beginning preparations for the new season.

Specialists can’t even sign contracts, as they can’t come to Bulgaria due to a ban on visiting the country during a coronavirus pandemic by citizens of non-EU countries.

It is anticipated that coaches will be able to join the team in mid-June.

Rostov footballers resume training on the field

Rostov footballers started training on the field on Wednesday after a pause caused by the coronavirus pandemic. This is the official website of the club.

Players were engaged in groups of no more than 15 people, strictly observing all the prescribed measures to protect health in the context of the coronavirus pandemic.


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