June 29 — Dortmund report big losses due to coronavirus Games behind closed doors, or “Geisterspiele” as they are so called in Germany, led to losses of around €45 million ($50.5 million), Dortmund said in a stock market statement on Monday. The coronavirus pandemic and the completion of the last two months of the Bundesliga season without fans “affected all income and proceeds areas.” However, the final figures may change depending on several factors, including the opening of the transfer window next month. Dortmund reported a surplus of €17.4 million last season. June 25 — Dutch fans allowed back As part of a general relaxing of coronavirus measures, the Netherlands government has announced that some football fans will be able to attend matches from September 1. However, there must be a distance of 1.5 meters between fans and singing and chanting is not allowed. June 24 — New York race the latest to fall New York’s marathon, scheuled for November 1, 2020 is the latest major sporting event to be canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, organizers said on Wednesday. Calling the cancelation “incredibly disappointing,” Michael Capiraso, head of the New York Road Runners organization, said “it was clearly the course we needed to… Read full this story
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