Monday, 1 Jun 2020

Chelsea boss Frank Lampard shares ‘urgent message’ telling fans to stay at home in order to save lives – The Sun

NYPD detective becomes first officer to die from coronavirus

An NYPD detective died after contracting coronavirus — the first officer to succumb to the disease, police sources told The Post.

The 48-year-old crime fighter, who worked in the 32nd Precinct in Harlem, passed away Saturday morning at North Central Bronx Hospital, the sources said.

The detective is the third member of the NYPD to die from the virus.

An administrative aide in the Bronx died Thursday, the same day Dennis Dickson, a 62-year-old cleaner at 1 Police Plaza was also claimed by  COVID-19.

More than 500 members of New York’s Finest have now tested positive for the virus, officials said.

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Nobby Solano issues grovelling apology after being quizzed by cops for breaking strict coronavirus rules – The Sun

FORMER Newcastle striker Nolberto Solano has made a grovelling apology after being retained by police for breaking strict coronavirus quarantine rules in his native Peru.

The 45-year-old was intercepted after leaving a house with retired footballer Pablo Zegarra on Thursday night.

Olympic hero Greg Rutherford goes live on BBC1 to give lockdown fitness tips… but gets outshone by two kids – The Sun

OLYMPIC hero Greg Rutherford was upstaged by his two adorable kids as he appeared live on BBC1 on Saturday morning.

The retired long jump star, 33, was talking to Breakfast to give some tips on how to keep fit and healthy during the coronavirus lockdown.

Tyson Fury’s son tells dad ‘f*** you p***k’ after heavyweight champ tries to clear him out of lounge to do live work-out – The Sun

STANDING at 6ft 9in, and boasting the WBC world heavyweight title, Tyson Fury is a man that few would want to mess with.

But the Gypsy King appeared to enrage one of his children during a live Instagram workout conducted during the coronavirus lockdown in the UK.

Man Utd legend Rio Ferdinand calls for Premier League season to be scrapped denying rivals Liverpool the title – The Sun

RIO FERDINAND has called for the season to be null and void due to the coronavirus crisis.

English football has been suspended until April 30 but a return to action is expected to be delayed even further with the death toll in the country rising.

Lampard refusing to ‘push and push’ players during coronavirus isolation as there is nothing to play for – The Sun

CHELSEA boss Frank Lampard is wary of pushing his players too hard during this period of uncertainty.

The coronavirus pandemic has led to the suspension of the Premier League, with games not set to kick off again until April 30 at the very earliest.

Man Utd offer Angel Gomes bumper new deal worth £30k-a-week to fend off Chelsea transfer interest – The Sun

MANCHESTER UNITED have offered youngster Angel Gomes a new £30,000-a-week contract to fend off interest from Chelsea, according to reports.

Gomes, 19, is out of contract at the end of the season with the club struggling to tie him down to a lengthy deal.

The attacking midfielder was free to speak to European clubs in January but failed to seal a future summer switch.

Raheem Sterling urges fans to stay at home to ‘protect the NHS and save lives’ in desperate Instagram plea – The Sun

MANCHESTER CITY and England star Raheem Sterling has called on the British public to stay at home and help to protect the NHS and save lives.

The 25-year-old took to Instagram to deliver the rallying cry, with the country in lockdown because of the coronavirus crisis.

Premier League stars livid at idea of playing THREE games in five days to rush season’s end – likely behind closed doors – The Sun

PREMIER LEAGUE stars are reportedly raging after being told they could play end up playing three matches in five days to complete the season.

Footie chiefs are determined to get the campaign wrapped up and completed by June 30 due to complications surrounding contracts.

Chelsea boss Frank Lampard shares ‘urgent message’ telling fans to stay at home in order to save lives – The Sun

FRANK LAMPARD issued an "urgent message" on Twitter telling people to stay home in order to save lives.

The Chelsea boss, 41, made the appeal through the club's official page amid the coronavirus crisis continuing to devastate the UK and the world.

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