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A knee injury suffered on international duty saw Spurs fans have to wait for his debut, and since then he has been a fixture in the Europa League side as opposed to a regular in the Premier League. But as yet the Spaniard is yet to reach anywhere near the heights of 2019-20. Has yet to nail down a regular starting position. While the possibility remains that the season can still be completed within a month later in the year that should be the default position of all concerned in trying to find a way forward. His gritty attitude and leadership qualities make him the ideal Mourinho player, and right now there are few players in his position performing better in the league. The prospect of what is effectively wall-to-wall football will certainly delight fans currently starved of live action, but it’s going to stretch players to breaking point. The desire to push on and complete leagues in the top six tiers of English football but not beyond shows an inexplicable disdain for the grassroots game. The complete absence of ticket sales and matchday revenue while leagues are suspended affects even those at the top of football’s food chain despite their much-flaunted commercial muscle.

3D NISSAN skyline GT-R R35 model Given there are still top four and relegation issues to be decided in the Premier League, this will be a significant factor, but it’s hard to see any other way through. Having been named the best left-back in Spain last season as Sevilla went on to win the Europa League, the 23-year-old moved to Spurs in a £23m deal and is the archetypal modern full-back. Under the best of circumstances, it will be a long road for the U.S. Over at Juventus, the 10th richest club in world football, Cristiano Ronaldo and Co will take a wage cut for the next four months as the Italian champions strive to make savings of about 90 million euros (£80m). And yet despite this immense wealth, Barca are considering a pay cut of up to 70 per cent for all of their players for as long as the coronavirus has Spain in its grip. The Gunners midfield has lacked defensive solidity and a link to the attacking players in his absence, and while the club are yet to put a time frame on his return, they will be desperate to see the Ghana international come back as soon as possible. As for when American life may get back to normal, Fauci said that is unlikely until there is a vaccine that is widely available.

Boateng said last year: ‘There came a time when I thought I was not going to make it with Germany, not because of my quality but because my character doesn’t fit. And naturally there remains much uncertainty about how all this will affect cashflow in the long-term. Gillon McLachlan, AFL CEO, said it would be an understatement to call the coronavirus pandemic “the most serious threat to our game in 100 years.” At the earliest, the AFL will continue its season in June, but a decision on its fate will not be made until the end of April. Warm weather enticed people in countries across the world to emerge from coronavirus lockdowns as centers of the outbreak from New York to Italy. Of course, Lionel Messi and the like are millionaires many times over and can no doubt comfortably weather this fall in earnings, but it goes to show that even football’s richest clubs aren’t immune from an almighty financial buffeting right now.

Global economic output will take two or three years to recover to pre-pandemic levels, IHS Markit said in a note, projecting worldwide gross domestic product would fall 5.5% in 2020, or three times the contraction of 2009 after the global financial crisis. The Gunners handed him a three-year contract but the 32-year-old has yet to net his first goal for the club and his only two assists came on the opening day at Fulham. His attacking talent and stunning crossing ability has never been questioned, and with two assists so far this season he has provided defences with another player to think about going forward alongside the dangerous Kane and Son. Football finance experts have predicted a doomsday scenario of dozens of EFL clubs going bust as a result of the hiatus caused by coronavirus. What’s clear is that any attempt to complete the season is going to lead to the kind of fixture pile-up that has Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola waking up in a cold sweat. I was very clear in my own mind, if there’s no immediate fix, then the season needs to be voided and started again next season afresh,’ Ferdinand said this week. But it appears clear that the Irishman is second-choice for Mourinho.