The Premier League are tonight reported to be at an advanced stage in talks with the Government over a return for football in June.
Barcelona players will take a massive 70 per cent pay cut and make additional contributions to ensure the club’s non-sporting staff receive full wages.
West Ham shareholders have agreed to a £30m rights issue in May to inject much-needed cash into the club.
Declan Rice has emerged as a big winner in a poll to discover who should become the next Hammers skipper.
UEFA have played down quotes attributed to president Aleksander Ceferin regarding the end of the football season and have admitted that matches can be played in July and August if needed.
Premier League players are in full-scale revolt over proposals to bring in drastic pay cuts claims a report in the Daily Mirror.
With West Ham currently out of Premier League action due to the suspension of football, the Club’s Official Programme is also taking an enforced break from publication. Dozens of supporters had submitted birthday and other announcements for the issues for the home games with Wolverhampton Wanderers and Chelsea, which have of course since been postponed. But the club wanted to make sure those supporters’ Fans United messages still got through, so they are publishing them on the Official Website instead!
CandH Exclusive by Hugh Southon