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Sport Lockdown in the city - Leicester continues to play

00:15  01 july  2020
00:15  01 july  2020 Source:   sport1.de

Revealed: Why Liverpool could be the first English team to play in front of fans in a few months' time

  Revealed: Why Liverpool could be the first English team to play in front of fans in a few months' time Liverpool could be one of the first teams to play in front of fans inside a stadium as plans are in place to potentially use the Community Shield as a test event. As per a report in the Times, there are doubts remaining about whether the showpiece event will be played this summer given the change in schedule, but Premier League teams are apparently willing to play in the match if it can be used as a test event to get crowds back into stadiums. Liverpool will almost certainly be involved in the game if it goes ahead as they’ll be the Premier League champions, and they’ll face one of Arsenal, Chelsea, Leicester, Man City, Man United, Newcastle, Norwich or Sheffield United as they a

One of England's most diverse cities has been told to continue pandemic restrictions even as the rest of the country is about to relax them. Leicester traders 'more nervous' than before. Sky News 0:20 1 hour ago. Leicester lockdown boundaries 'unknown'.

Leicester becomes the first city in the UK to have local lockdown measures imposed. Photograph: Christopher Thomond/The Guardian. Child’s play – Children whose fathers spend time playing with them at a very early age may find it easier to control their behaviour and emotions, which has a

Ex-champion Leicester City will continue to play their Premier League games despite the new corona lockdown in the city, the football club said Tuesday after discussions with the local authorities and the league with.

Business as usual: Die Spieler von Leicester City beim Aufwärmen. © Photo: Rui Vieira / Nmc Pool / PA Wire / dpa Business as usual: The players from Leicester City warming up.

Leicester currently records ten percent of the people currently infected with the virus in the UK. For this reason, non-systemically relevant shops have to close again and pubs are not allowed to reopen as of July 4th, as initially planned.

«All sides are still convinced that the implementation of our Covid-19 concept means that the football operations of the club can continue to function safely in accordance with the applicable protocols and in this way pose no greater risk for club staff, the teams arriving or the surrounding area Communities exist, »said the Champions League aspirant.

Coronavirus: Leicester City home games unaffected by local lockdown .
First team training and Premier League fixtures will be unaffected by local lockdown measures, say Leicester City.A spike in COVID-19 cases in Leicester led to the government extending the restrictions on the city on Monday.

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