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    FOOTIE fans could soon be boozing in the stands again under the biggest shake-up of the game in years. Ministers say they are considering testing the idea of selling pints in sight of the pitch at lower league games — if police approve. 1Ministers say they are considering testing the idea of selling pints in sight of the pitch at lower league games — if police approveCredit: Getty Drinking in the stands has been banned in the top five tiers of the game since 1985. The move is part of plans which ministers claim will put supporters at the heart of the national game once again. They will be given a “golden share” which lets them stop clubs from changing names and logos or moving ground. Club bosses also face a new “integrity test” to stop unscrupulous owners seizing control of teams and running them into the ground. It would stop the likes of Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich taking them over. The tough new rules are designed to stop clubs from ever again ignoring their fans to set up a...
    FOOTIE fans could be allowed to drink during games again for the first time in 36 years. The law banning booze in stands could be axed as part of a wide-ranging review of the sport. 2A ban on drinking in sight of the pitch was introduced in 1985 to stem hooliganismCredit: The Sun Among recommendations is a test scheme for fans to be able to drink alcohol during matches at League Two and National League clubs. Ministers have welcomed the move, part of a fan-led review headed by ex-sports minister Tracey Crouch. She said a “small scale and limited pilot” on the sale of alcohol “in sight of the pitch” would help struggling clubs rake in extra cash. Ms Crouch added yesterday: “This is about the financial sustainability of the lowest parts of the league — such a small change would make a huge difference.” Research suggests an average League Two club loses around £184,000 a season by not being able to sell booze to fans watching matches. A ban on drinking in sight of the pitch was introduced in...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Fans at Dodger Stadium and other Southern California ballparks could be back for Opening Day – at limited capacity – if current coronavirus trends hold, officials said Wednesday. During a visit to Long Beach, Gov. Gavin Newsom said state officials are in “advanced conversations” with Major League Baseball and local health authorities across the state to get fans back in the seats of outdoor stadiums when baseball season begins. READ MORE: LA City Council Approves $5 Hero Pay; Emergency Order Goes To Garcetti For Signature Newsom cited a downward trend of COVID-19 testing-positivity rates and in hospitalizations over the past two weeks, along with a 42% drop in ICU hospitalizations. “We are stabilizing,” he said, adding, “We have confidence that when you think forward, look forward to April opening day, where we are likely to be if we all do our job, if we all do our job and we don’t let down our guard and spike the ball — wrong sport, but you get the point. Then I have all the confidence in the world...
    Yankees’ Aaron Judge happy to be back in the field: ‘I feel like the first day in school’ By: Andres Chavez March 1, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditThe New York Yankees’ first game of the 2021 spring training calendar didn’t exactly go as planned, as they lost 6-4 to the Toronto Blue Jays. Mike King started and didn’t have a particularly good afternoon, but it’s still very early and these stats don’t matter too much. It’s all about preparation for when the real action begins. However, that doesn’t mean that the Yankees and other teams aren’t happy to see fans in the stands, especially after having to play last year with empty stadiums and cutoffs. Yankees’ infielder DJ LeMahieu had already stated how important it was to have fans in the stands, and now, star right fielder Aaron Judge is echoing those feelings. After all, the fans provide a unique atmosphere to the whole show. The Yankees missed fans in the stands “It felt great,” Judge said to the Yankees’ official page. “A couple...
    As the national debate rages about whether fans should be allowed in the stands, Nationals pitcher Max Scherzer has a very clear opinion on the matter: Fans should be in the stands, 100 percent. The World Series champion recently told reporters that having fans in the stands is something that can and should be done. “Fans should be in the stands, 100%. You can do it, we’re in outdoor stadiums. Fans just need to be allowed to come in the ballpark,” Scherzer said. “So hopefully cooler heads prevail, we look at this pragmatically and we get some Nationals fans out there because trust me, as all ballplayers, we definitely miss them and we miss the atmosphere that they bring.” Scherzer pointed out the NFL’s success in having limited, in-person attendance at open-air stadiums. A plan that the right-hander feels MLB could replicate. “But even from the beginning, even from spring training we can start talking about how we can get fans into the stands and engineer ways to mitigate any type of spread,” Scherzer said in December. “But if you’re outside...
    Getty Fans sit in the stands before the game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Atlanta Falcons. The Super Bowl is the most watched event every year in the United States, but the 2021 matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers won’t have the game’s typical sold-out crowd. Instead, Super Bowl LV will happen with limited attendance, as 25,000 spectators will be allowed into Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. Another 30,000 seats will be filled by cardboard cutouts. Among the 25,000 in attendance will be 7,500 vaccinated health care workers who were invited to the game as guests of the NFL. “These dedicated health care workers continue to put their own lives at risk to serve others, and we owe them our ongoing gratitude,” NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said in a press release. “We hope in a small way that this initiative will inspire our country and recognize these true American heroes. This is also an opportunity to promote the importance of vaccination and appropriate health practices, including wearing masks in public settings.”...
    Kim Kardashian says people warned her not to step foot in the White House because she would ruin her reputation as she stands by working with President Donald Trump on prison reform. The 39-year-old was grilled by David Letterman about working with Trump for the first episode of his Netflix series My Next Guest Needs No Introduction that will air on Wednesday. In the wide-ranging interview, Kardashian refused to say anything negative about Trump even as Letterman repeatedly questioned her on politics.  The mother-of-four said it was worth going against the advice of family and friends to work with Trump on criminal justice reform.  Her advocacy pushed Trump to commute the life sentence of Alice Johnson who had spent more than two decades serving life without parole for a nonviolent drug offense.  Kim Kardashian was grilled by David Letterman about working with President Trump on prison reform for the first episode of his Netflix series My Next Guest Needs No Introduction that will air on Wednesday It resulted in her meeting Trump in the Oval Office in a widely publicized visit back in...
    Florida’s governor announced a change to the state’s coronavirus restrictions that could ensure there will be fans in the stadium when Super Bowl LV kicks off in February. As The Hill reported, Gov. Ron DeSantis this week lifted all restrictions on bars and restaurants and prohibited local governments from ordering closures or placing any new restrictions without justification. The mandate says that if these governments want to institute capacity limitations between 50 percent and 100 percent, officials would need to prove that there is an economic and health justification. “There will not be limitations from the state of Florida,” DeSantis said. “I think this will be very, very important to the industry. Some of the local [governments] can do reasonable regulations, but you can’t say no after six months and just have people twisting in the wind.” As the report noted, DeSantis specifically encouraged teams like the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to allow fans back into the stadiums. Tampa will host Super Bowl LV in February, and the moves together could ensure that there would be at least some level of...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Ravens open up their season at home Sunday against the Cleveland Browns, and while fans won’t be allowed in the stands, there are plenty of places in Baltimore to catch the game outside on the big screen. Nick’s Fish House said, every Sunday, it will have a big screen and multiple TV’s featuring the game. They say that reservations are “strongly suggested.” Silks Canton said it will also be showing the Ravens season opener against the Browns. On Thursday, the restaurant set up six TVs and outdoor speakers for the Texans/Chiefs game. Power Plant Live! is also hosting an “Ultimate Purple Gameday Experience” party. The event will feature food/beverages and live entertainment ahead of the Ravens showdown with the Browns. They say tables are going fastly at a “very limited” capacity. Light House Tavern in Caton and Mother’s in Federal Hill will also have watch parties. Mother’s is encouraging guests to reserve tables ahead of time. The Ravens kick off their season Sunday against the Cleveland Browns at M&T Bank Stadium. Gametime is slated...
    New Jerseys Atilis Gym, which reopened against COVID-19 emergency orders, loses business license Theres a Reason Why You Haven’t Been Able to Find Dr. Pepper on Grocery Store Shelves Tom Bradys Bucs debut will be played without fans in the stands The fanfare for one of the NFL’s most anticipated debuts will be muted. Tom Brady’s first game with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be played without fans in the stands. The New Orleans Saints announced on Wednesday that they will not host fans for their Week 1 game against the Bucs on Sept. 13. “Unfortunately, at this time, the trends across our state and region do not meet the standards of health and safety we have established with our healthcare and government partners to host fans in the stadium for the first home game,” a team news release reads. Saints don’t rule out fans after openerThe release acknowledged an “unlikely” scenario, but did not close the door on hosting fans for Week 3’s home game against the Green Bay Packers on Sept. 27 and beyond. © Provided by...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Baseball is back in Chicago, but it is of course much different in 2020. Usually the lots outside Guaranteed Rate Field would be filling up with tailgaters a couple hours before a game, but for the opener of the shortened 2020 season, there won’t be any tailgating, because fans aren’t allowed in the stadium for now. The only fans inside the ballpark will be more than 1,500 cardboard cutouts as part of the team’s FANtastic Faces promotion, which raised more than $55,000 for White Sox Charities. They are not doing the cutouts at Wrigley Field, but there will be plenty of other changes around the Friendly Confines, including extended dugouts and ads covering the bleachers instead of the Cubs faithful. At all Major League Baseball stadiums this season, crowd noise will be pumped in, and there will be music and player intros, but that clearly won’t be a sufficient substitute for actual fans in the stands. “You miss those interactions with kids, and throwing a baseball in the stands,” Cubs manager David Ross said. “Jason Heyward threw...
    Ohio Governor Mike DeWine Thinks there is a chance fans will be allowed to be in the stands for some sporting events this fall. The key, he told C. Trent Rosecrans of The Athletic is how people behave leading up to various activities, according to Darin Gantt of Pro Football Talk. DeWine said there are encouraging signs that sporting events could be one of the only group activities that would be relatively safe during the coronavirus pandemic. That’s because most of the studies he’s seen show that the disease is far more dangerous indoors that it is in an open-air stadium. “It’s all a question of distance,” DeWine said. “One of the things you would worry about with football, frankly, is what’s going on outside Ohio State Stadium, for example. We’re used to 100,000 or so people at Ohio State, but then you go outside and you’ve got parties and everything going on out there. On some days, they claim to have more people outside than inside [the stadium]. That would be a real concern.” He went on to say...
    Anthony Davis and the Lakers will return to action very soon | John McCoy / . The return of the NBA is still approaching and at the end of this month of July all the stars of the best basketball in the world will return to action. The great detail is that they will do it without fans in the stands. The star player of the Lakers, Anthony Davis, spoke of what that atypical situation will be once the games return. “Obviously it will be something very different and unusual for all of us, since Lakers fans both at home and when we play as visitors always make themselves felt and motivate us at all times. We have to prepare ourselves mentally and try to get focused and with the Same old energy in every engagement, “Davis said in a media video call. Anthony Davis on why it will be weird to play without Lakers fans – NBA News – https://t.co/Lcw7UTENoW – NBA News Now (@ NBANewsNow247) July 5, 2020 “If you have a bad game you will no longer...
    New York — The third Grand Slam of the year will not allow more than 60 percent of its capacity despite the pandemic Unlike the US Open, the Roland Garros tournament will allow fans on its premises. Photo:CHRISTOPHE ARCHAMBAULT / . The next edition of Roland Garros, delayed to September due to the coronavirus pandemic, will be played with the public, although never more than 60% of the total capacity, indicated this Thursday the French Tennis Federation (FFT). “The number of spectators admitted to the stadium will be between 50 and 60% of the usual capacity”, indicated the FFT, which indicated that with this reduction it will be possible for health safety measures are respected to prevent the spread of the virus. During the tournament, scheduled between September 21 and October 11 In the near future, other precautions will be taken that will adapt to the evolution of the pandemic, in coordination with the French health authorities. Roland Garros continues erre que erre: it will not only be disputed, but it will also be with...
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