Coronavirus: Man Utd say pandemic has cost them £28m so far

Manchester United were fifth in the Premier League when play was halted because of the coronavirus pandemicManchester United say the coronavirus pandemic has cost them an initial £28m - and expect the final figure to be far higher.United revealed their third-quarter results to 31 March on Thursday.Chief financial officer

Burnley assistant manager Ian Woan tests positive for coronavirus

Ian Woan, left, spent 10 years at Nottingham Forest as a player and was appointed as Burnley's assistant manager in 2012Burnley assistant manager Ian Woan has tested positive for coronavirus, the Premier League club has confirmed.The Clarets' first-team squad and staff were all tested for Covid-19 at the weekend,