30.3.2020 08:01 am
Neville Jardine hopes a clearer picture emerges by the weekend and doesn’t rule out franchises needing bailouts to survive Covid-19.
A much clearer picture on the immediate future of Super Rugby could be expected by this coming weekend, Golden Lions president Neville Jardine hopes.
The 53-year-old quit in October after Australia’s humiliating World Cup quarter-final exit against England.
Despite the enforced layoff, he said he was in touch with his players and expected them to maintain training regimes as best they can.
In a series of Twitter posts on Tuesday, the boxer thanked all those involved in trying to combat the coronavirus.
He has signed to play for Rajasthan Royals and is one of 13 English players set to feature in the IPL.
Former Italy football captain Paolo Maldini said Monday he expects to recover “within a week” after being diagnosed with the new coronavirus.
Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Neymar remain the three best-paid footballers in the world, according to a study by France Football magazine.
Maritzburg United midfielder Keagan Buchanan says game time is more important to him than playing for one of the big three PSL teams.
SuperSport United have taken a decision to suspend their training sessions for the safety of their players, technical team and support staff, as the Coronavirus cases seem to increase on a daily basis.