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Coronavirus: Gary Neville opens hotels to NHS staff to help with crisis

Gary Neville co-owns Hotel Football outside his former club's ground Old Trafford



Former Manchester United and England defender Gary Neville is to open his hotels free of charge to health workers to help with the coronavirus crisis.

Neville's two Manchester hotels will be closed to the public, freeing 176 beds for NHS and other medical staff.

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Coronavirus: Premier League set to push to complete the season

All Premier League matches have been postponed until 3 April at the earliest



The Premier League is expected to reiterate its commitment to completing the season in Thursday's emergency board meeting held via conference call.

All games have been postponed until at least 4 April because of coronavirus.

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Coronavirus: Wayne Rooney says footballers treated as 'guinea pigs'

Wayne Rooney joined Derby in January after signing an 18-month deal



Wayne Rooney says the government and football authorities have treated footballers as "guinea pigs" during the coronavirus outbreak.

Elite football in Britain has been suspended until at least 3 April, with the Premier League saying "conditions at the time" will determine its return.

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