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Premier League will be allowed to return to action as early as June 1st, but only if certain conditions are met

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Soccer fans in the United Kingdom are going to have wait another few weeks at minimum for professional soccer to resume, including the Premier League.

A documented released by the English government confirmed that sports leagues such as the country’s top-tier soccer association will not be a lot of resume play until June 1st at the very earliest.

Here is an excerpt from the document:

“To aid planning. the government’s current aim is that the second step will be made no earlier than Monday 1 June, subject to these conditions being satisfied…Organizations should prepare accordingly.”

June 1st, which is an absolute best case scenario, can only be fulfilled if there is no increase in coronavirus cases in the country by that deadline.

It should also be noted that fans will not be allowed to attend games, and it will be that way for an indefinite period of time.

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Canada’s Bianca Andreescu will be skipping next month’s Australian Open

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Canadian tennis fans will miss out on seeing one of the country’s premier players at the upcoming Australian Open tournament in January.

Bianca Andreescu confirmed via social media that she will not be participating at the first Grand Slam of the year due to the stress COVID-19 has caused in her personal life along with nagging injuries that continue to plague her.

She posted this on her Twitter account:

The 21-year old has struggled with on-court consistency and remaining healthy enough to participate in tournaments since an incredible 2019 season where she won both the U.S. Open and the Rogers Cup. Since then, she has dealt with a COVID-19 infection, injury woes, and a surprising coaching change.

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WATCH: Things get heated between the Leafs and Jets after controversial knee-on-knee collision

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When Winnipeg Jets defenceman Neal Pionk injured Rasmus Sandin with a knee-on-knee hit in the third period of last night’s game, it didn’t set well with the Toronto Maple Leafs bench. And when no penalty was called on the play, the Leafs decided to take matters into their own hands.

What ensued following the incident was Jason Spezza kneeing Pionk in the head, Wayne Simmonds trying to fight everybody, and a lot of scuffles and scraps that sent the crowd at Canada Life Centre into a frenzy that continued well after the final whistle.

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Blazers fire GM Neil Olshey following allegations he created a toxic work environment

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The Neil Olshey era in Portland has come to an end.

The Portland Trail Blazers announced on Friday that they have parted ways with President of Basketball Operations and GM Neil Olshey, putting an end to his 10-year tenure with the franchise.

The news comes after an investigation involving allegations from a number of team and former team employees concluded that he created a toxic work environment, using intimidation tactics to get his way, engaged in forms of misconduct, and violated the code of conduct

The team released a statement about the decision:

The 56-year old had been the team’s GM since 2012, and was promoted to President of Basketball Operations in 2015.

The team posted a combined 413-330 regular season record, eight postseason appearances, and four playoff series victories.

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