England captain Harry Kane said Thursday that he will sponsor the shirts of former club Leyton Orient for next season by thanking frontline workers for their efforts during the coronavirus crisis and promoting two other charities.
As Belarus resists imposing a lockdown to combat the coronavirus, its football league has stumbled into the international limelight as Europe's only remaining top-flight competition.
Subject to official confirmation, several sources close to Dinamo Brest say that the Ukrainian defender Yehven Khacheridi will have contract ripped up after what again against Vitebsk. The Ukrainian international got a red card and after the match, he tried to hit the referee in the tunnel.
The WHO again asked the Belarussian government to stop the competition.
As most people in Europe are confined to their homes, life goes on as usual in Belarus where even football is continuing -- though fears are growing over the leader's contentious response to COVID-19.
In Belarus, football is still being played and people are basically living normally despite the fact around 100 people have been infected by COVID-19. The president Aleksandr Lukashenko thinks that all this will pass and there will not be any major problems.
As the rest of Europe shuts up shop to combat the new coronavirus, Belarus remains resolutely open for business.
While sport has been brought to a standstill due to COVID-19, the Belarusian Premier League continues.
While coronavirus disrupts sport across the globe, it is business as usual in the Belarusian Premier League.