Arteta speaks for the first time about coronavirus ordeal

‘Everything happened so fast’: Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta speaks for the first time about his coronavirus ordeal and reveals it took ‘three or four days’ for him to ‘leave the symptoms behind’ Mikel Arteta says he contacted Arsenal’s doctor when he began to feel unwell Arteta was then notified that he had potentially been exposed to coronavirus Olympiakos’ director tested positive shortly after facing Arsenal at Emirates Arteta tested positive

Chelsea outcast Emerson Palmieri urged to quit Blues for Italy return

Emerson Palmieri has been sent a warning by Italy manager Roberto Mancini that staying at Chelsea could seriously hurt his international career. The left-back has figured seven times for the senior side and made his debut under Mancini back in 2018, less than a year after moving to Stamford Bridge from Roma. Brazilian-born Emerson initially struggled for game time at Chelsea before breaking into the team and displacing Marcos Alonso

5 dream Ed Woodward transfer targets - and likelihood Man Utd will sign them

Manchester United were looking much like their old selves prior to the coronavirus outbreak suspending all top-flight football. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Red Devils have won seven of their last 10 in all competitions and were last beaten back on January 22. Bruno Fernandes has been credited for giving the team the lift they needed to push on following the winter transfer break. But there is still progress to be made

Kenny McLean: It's hard to think about Norwich City or Scotland amid coronavirus crisis

Scotland and Norwich City midfielder Kenny McLean admits it is difficult to focus on club or country as the coronavirus crisis continues across the world. Norwich are currently bottom of the Premier League, six points from safety with nine games remaining while Scotland were due to face Israel at Hampden Park in a Euro 2020 play-off semi-final on Thursday night. However, that game, along with the rest of the footballing

Coronavirus: Joe Cole makes £25,000 donation to charity offering meals and support to NHS staff

Former England international Joe Cole has donated £25,000 to a charity supporting NHS workers and urges others to give what they can. The healthcare workers around Britain are coming under increasing workloads as the coronavirus pandemic continues and the charity benefitting from Cole’s contribution aims to supply meals, childcare and any other support NHS staff require. More than just a current concern, Cole says this battle faced by many of the

Mark Johnston believes BHA have made 'grave mistake'

Mark Johnston believes the British Horseracing Authority has made a “grave mistake” in suspending racing due to the coronavirus pandemic. While racing continues to take place behind closed doors in Ireland and Northern Ireland, the ruling body of British racing last week announced a shutdown of the sport in the rest of the UK until the end of April in an attempt to slow down the spread of Covid-19. Source:

Who is Man Utd's greatest player of all-time

Manchester United are one of the biggest football clubs in the world and have had some of the best players to have ever graced the game walk through their doors. Sir Bobby Charlton won a World Cup while at the club. George Best brought his maverick style of play, wowing fans from across the world. And more recently, Cristiano Ronaldo won a Ballon d'Or while playing at Old Trafford before

Liverpool dealt Timo Werner transfer blow as RB Leipzig chief reveals coronavirus fears

Liverpool have been dealt a blow in their pursuit of RB Leipzig forward Timo Werner as the Bundesliga club’s sporting director Markus Krosche revealed fears that the coronavirus pandemic could have a dramatic effect on the transfer market. Clubs around the world are losing money while there is no football being played. The Premier League will not resume until April 30 at the very earliest and the majority of training

Reece James tells Chelsea fans to get excited about wonderkid Tino Anjornin

Chelsea defender Reece James reckons Tino Anjornin will be the next big thing at Stamford Bridge. James himself has been a revelation since breaking into the first team under Frank Lampard’s stewardship this season. He spent last term on loan at Wigan and was a standout performer for the Championship side with 46 appearances to his name. Lampard is developing a reputation for nurturing top young talent and James says

On this day in sports history, Bill Mosienko made NHL history with a 21-second hat trick

On this day in sports history 68 years ago, Bill Mosienko scored the fastest hat trick in NHL history. The Chicago Black Hawks captain needed just 21 seconds to make history against the New York Rangers before a crowd of 3,254. Despite trailing by four goals in the final period, Chicago won 7-6 on Mosienko’s fifth and final career hat trick of his career.  "I remember it like it was last night," Mosienko said