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    New York : The Burnley won this Thursday 0-1 away to Liverpool and prolonged the agonizing streak of the German team Jurge Klopp in the Premier, in which he has already been five games without knowing the victory, and that he conceded his first loss at home in almost four years. Until this Thursday Liverpool He had only lost points at home in the 1-1 that Burnley himself scratched on July 11, 2020. Klopp’s team was undefeated at home in 68 Premier League games, which had ended with 55 wins and 13 draws. Defeat at Anfield. #LIVBUR – Liverpool FC (@LFC) January 21, 2021 A lonely Ashley Barnes penalty goal with seven minutes remaining sealed the victory of a Burnley that had not beaten Liverpool since the 2-0 achieved in 2016. That was so far their only victory against the ‘reds’ in the previous twelve between them in...
    New York : The Burnley won this Thursday 0-1 away to Liverpool and prolonged the agonizing streak of the German team Jurge Klopp in the Premier, in which he has already been five games without knowing the victory, and that he conceded his first loss at home in almost four years. Until this Thursday Liverpool He had only lost points at home in the 1-1 that Burnley himself scratched on July 11, 2020. Klopp’s team was undefeated at home in 68 Premier League games, which had ended with 55 wins and 13 draws. Defeat at Anfield. #LIVBUR – Liverpool FC (@LFC) January 21, 2021 A lonely Ashley Barnes penalty goal with seven minutes remaining sealed the victory of a Burnley that had not beaten Liverpool since the 2-0 achieved in 2016. That was so far their only victory against the ‘reds’ in the previous twelve between them in...
    The San Francisco 49ers are headed to Arizona. The franchise was effectively banned from playing home games in Santa Clara County after contact sports were paused for three weeks. Now, they’re headed across the border to AZ. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Santa Clara County officials say that no pro or college sports teams are able to have games or practices in the county that include direct contact for the next three weeks. That, of course, includes the #49ers, who have two home games (Dec. 7 and 13) scheduled in that window. — Nick Wagoner (@nwagoner) November 28, 2020 The 49ers released the following statement in part Monday: The San Francisco 49ers have come to an agreement with the National Football League and Arizona Cardinals which allows the 49ers to host their Weeks 13 and 14 home games against the Buffalo Bills...
    BYU won’t have any fans at their next two football games. The Cougars announced Tuesday that fans would be banned from LaVell Edwards Stadium for their games against Troy and Louisiana Tech because of an increased coronavirus risk in Provo. State of Utah has announced it has moved Provo from low to a moderate risk COVID-19 designation. In accordance with the updated restrictions, BYU will play its next two home games against Troy and LA Tech without fans in LaVell Edwards Stadium. More➡️ https://t.co/Tk3O9YTivt pic.twitter.com/OP7iFeuRX4 — BYU FOOTBALL (@BYUfootball) September 22, 2020 Obviously, nobody wants to see this happen. As I’ve said for months and months, college football is meant to be played in front of fans. College football is meant to take place in front of tens of thousands of drunk and passionate fans. That’s just the nature of the sport.   View this post on Instagram  ...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- There are millions of loyal Chicago Bears fans, but Paul Zywicki stands out among them all.It doesn't matter if the game is at home or on the road, preseason or postseason, he plans to be there -- that is until the COVID-19 pandemic.Zywicki is a season ticket holder who has attended a total of 731 games -- 395 straight at home."There's a couple other people that go to all the games like I do," Zywicki said. "They don't go to preseason games on the road. I don't know what wrong with them."Zywicki said those he sees at games are kind of like family. You may not hang out with them all the time, but you always see the same people when you go.RELATED: Chicago Bears, city hold firm to no fans at Soldier Field for home opener against New York Giants"Being there I feel like I am...
    The Los Angeles Dodgers’ lineup this season has been incredibly productive. Things are looking very different in this unusual 2020 season, but one facet that remains unchanged is the dominance of the Los Angeles Dodgers, as Dave Roberts once again has his team in the postseason. Adding Mookie Betts gave the Dodgers one of the league’s most fearsome lineups from top to bottom, and they’ve been so hot of late that they’ve joined a category previously occupied by only two other teams in MLB history. Los Angeles’ decision to bank on a deep, balanced approach in the lineup that lives and dies by the home run ball has paid dividends, as they became the third team in MLB history to have five players hit 10 or more home runs in the first 50 games of a season, joining the 1956 Cincinnati Redlegs and the 2000 Anaheim Angels. Interesting note from...
    Starting on Oct. 4, the Tennessee Titans will allow a limited number of fans to attend the team’s home games.  With the Tennessee Titans getting ready to host the Jacksonville Jaguars for their first home game of the season this weekend, countless fans out there are no doubt bummed they won’t be able to pack Nissan Stadium like normal to support the team. Due to COVID-19, there will be no in-person attendance throughout September. However, it looks like the Tennessee faithful won’t have to wait too much longer before they can start packing the seats once again. On Thursday morning, it was announced that the organization will be welcoming back fans at a limited capacity starting on Oct. 4 for the showdown against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Allowed attendance will rise incrementally:-Approx 7,000 for Oct.. 4 vs Steelers-Approx. 8,600 for Oct. 11 vs Bills-Approx. 10,400 for Oct. 18 vs Texans-4 remaining...
    The Texas Longhorns will reportedly allow fans to purchase cutout space in the stands, displaying photos of themselves or their pets at home games. With the Big 12 moving ahead with its fall football season, the University of Texas has set out a plan to help Longhorns forget that the games will be played in an empty stadium, allowing fans to purchase cutouts of themselves or their pets to occupy stadium seating, per Brett McMurphy. The move is a clever way for the school to keep revenue flowing in without fans physically attending games, and follows the lead of the MLB, which has adopted the same approach, and NBA, which has used virtual fans, in making those watching feel at home.Texas football games will feature cutouts of fans and their pats at home gamesTexas fans can purchase Texas Fan Cutouts of themselves or their pets for $50. Photos must be...
    The Detroit Lions will start the season without fans in the stands. The team announced Friday that the first two home games of the 2020 season will be played without fans attending. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) The Lions are the latest NFL team to make the decision to ban fans to start the year. Ford Field to not have fans at Lions first two 2020 home games: https://t.co/Bg0ucXwgwJ pic.twitter.com/P6qTy3eyBV — Detroit Lions (@Lions) August 21, 2020 Get used to this, folks. I’ve been saying it again and again, and I hope you’re all listening. We’re not packing stadiums anytime soon. I’m not saying that because I want it to be true. I’m saying it because it simply is true. The coronavirus pandemic has done a number on sports.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Detroit Lions (@detroitlionsnfl)...
    The Seattle Seahawks will play their first three home games in an empty stadium. The team announced Wednesday night that the games slated for Sept. 20, Sept. 27 and Oct. 11 at CenturyLink Field will all be played without fans during the coronavirus pandemic. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) We have made the difficult decision to play at least our first three home games without fans in attendance. More information: https://t.co/doxu0MWjtN pic.twitter.com/3T3s4WYJ4g — Seattle Seahawks (@Seahawks) August 19, 2020 Another one bites the dust when it comes to having fans in the stands! The Seahawks now join several other NFL teams in not having fans to start the season. It seems like with every passing day, there are more and more NFL teams that make the decision to not allow fans. We just had the Tennessee Titans and New England Patriots make...
    When the Astros played host to the Dodgers for a two-game series last week, the prices on Houston as a home underdog were tantalizing to many veteran handicappers. The Astros had been favorites in 79 consecutive regular-season games, a streak that ended Tuesday when the Dodgers closed -220 with starter Walker Buehler opposing Framber Valdez. The pitching matchup clearly favored Los Angeles, but there appeared to be some line value in Houston getting +190 at home. While home ’dogs are typically attractive to sharper handicappers, the betting public often gets criticized for landing squarely on road favorites. But in this coronavirus-riddled Major League Baseball season, which is abnormal in so many ways, it’s time to rethink the true worth of home-field advantage. With cardboard cutouts replacing fans while crowd noise is pumped into empty stadiums, home ’dogs are losing their bite. Road favorites were 20-4 through Thursday, including the Dodgers’...
    The Blue Jays officially have a home for the 2020 MLB season. The team will play most of its home games at Sahlen Field in Buffalo, the organization announced. It is the home of Toronto’s Triple-A affiliate, the Buffalo Bisons. After the Canadian government denied the team’s proposal to play in Toronto at the Rogers Centre, the team has spent the last two weeks searching for a new home. They explored sharing a stadium with both the Pirates and Orioles, but neither option panned out. “We are extremely grateful to have a home in Buffalo this season, thanks to the openness, creativity, and partnership of the Buffalo Bisons, Major League Baseball, and Blue Jays staff, who have worked tirelessly to prepare us for games at Sahlen Field,” Blue Jays president and CEO Mark Shapiro said in a statement. “This process has no doubt tested our team’s resilience, but our players...
    Digital Green Book aims to be Yelp for inclusivity Bill Ackman and Tontine Holdings rewrite the terms for SPACs Blue Jays will reportedly be playing their home games in Pittsburgh The Toronto Blue Jays are currently without a home stadium, but soon you’ll be able to call them the Pittsburgh Blue Jays. According to Sportsnet reporter Hazel Mae and Rob Longley of the Toronto Sun, the Jays will be sharing PNC Park with the Pittsburgh Pirates for the duration of MLB’s shortened season. Can confirm the Blue Jays have been told they will be calling PNC Park “home” this season per MLB source. @longleysunsport was first to suggest Pittsburgh as option.— Hazel Mae (@thehazelmae) July 22, 2020 Why is this happening?The Jays received local and provincial clearance to play their home games at Rogers Centre in Toronto, but they were forced to start looking for a new home last...
    Assuming the Major League Baseball season is able to played this summer, the Toronto Blue Jays won’t be able to play their home schedule in their home stadium. According to the Associated Press, the Canadian government ruled on Saturday that the Blue Jays won’t be able to stage any matchups in Canada. Immigration Minister Marco Mendicino announced the federal government viewed regular season MLB games as far too problematic to allow them to be carried out. The announcement is a reversal of sorts from what the Blue Jays had been told previously. The franchise had gotten clearance from the city and provincial governments to play in the Rogers Centre. The Blue Jays were waiting for federal officials to ok the plan as well. The denial apparently came because the United States hasn’t gotten its coronavirus infection rates under control. Mendicino said the issue wasn’t the Blue Jays playing at the...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- You can appear at the next San Francisco Giants game, or at least a version of you can be there.The team is launching a "Fan Cutout Program" to make Oracle Park feel more "normal" during a season without fans in the stands.Season ticket holders got invitations Thursday to send in a picture of themselves to be made into cutouts to make up for the fact that they won't be able to attend games in person due to the coronavirus pandemic.RELATED: Play ball! MLB players agree to health and safety protocols to start seasonThe cutouts will be placed near their seats, for free, during home games.Any other Giants fans, without season tickets, can have their cutout made for $99, according to ESPN.
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