Premier League: Referees body to review technology error that denied Sheffield United goal against Aston Villa
Premier League referees will review the goalline technology failure that denied Sheffield United a clear goal in their 0-0 draw at Aston Villa on Wednesday, the BBC reported on Thursday.
Grealish was charged with driving without due care and attention, and failing to stop at or report a collision, West Midlands Police said, referring to an incident on 29 March.
Carragher’s comments come after Sheffield United were denied a legitimate goal in the 0-0 Premier League draw at Aston Villa on Wednesday.
Premier League: From Black Lives Matter on jerseys to players taking knee, league joins anti-racism protest on restart
Along with Black Lives Matter logo, Premier League jerseys for the rest of the season will feature a badge thanking Britain’s National Health Service.
Premier League: David Luiz sent off as Manchester City outclass Arsenal; Sheffield United denied by technology
Raheem Sterling scored the first goal of the Premier League’s return to action after the coronavirus lockdown as Manchester City defeated Arsenal 3-0 behind closed doors at the Etihad stadium on Wednesday.
Here's a set of 15 compelling questions looking back at various moments from the 2019/20 season of the Premier League ahead of its resumption.
Premier League: Aston Villa boss Dean Smith says whole world will be watching them as league readies for return
All eyes will be on the Premier League match between Aston Villa and Sheffield United when they restart the English top-flight season that was suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Villa manager Dean Smith said on Monday.
Premier League: With Champions League dream still alive, Chris Wilder hopes Sheffield United can pick up where they left off
Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder hopes his side’s pre-lockdown form continues when they visit Aston Villa on Wednesday for their first Premier League match in three months.
Premier League: Billy Gilmour, Ruben Loftus-Cheek score brace apiece as Chelsea beat QPR 7-1 in friendly
Lampard’s Chelsea side are fourth in the league with 48 points from 29 games ahead of the resumption of the season on Wednesday following the COVID-19 disruption.
Villa overhauled their squad in the summer, spending close to 150 million pounds ($188.1 million).
Chelsea crowned winners of Women’s Super League on point-per-game basis; Aston Villa win second-tier Championship
Chelsea were awarded the Women’s Super League title and Aston Villa were declared the winners of the second-tier Women’s Championship by England’s Football Association (FA) on Friday after the season was ended due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish says he has been doing as much charity work as possible to make amends after being disciplined by the club for ignoring lockdown rules during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Premier League: A look at different mathematical models to determine final standings of 2019-20 season
Premier League return is still undecided and the 2019/20 season could yet not resume despite players returning to training. A look at mathematical scenarios in deciding the eventual table.
Premier League clubs opposed to the idea of playing their remaining matches at neutral venues once the competition restarts must realise people’s lives are at stake and football concerns should take a back seat, British police have said.
Premier League: 'We are nowhere near finding formula to complete season', says Aston Villa CEO Christian Purslow
The 20 Premier League clubs discussed plans for a possible return to action in June in “approved neutral venues” but the league cannot take any steps until a government decision on possible changes to lockdown restrictions.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Premier League clubs must back neutral venues says League Managers Association chief
The English Premier League season could be cancelled if teams did not agree to play the remaining 92 fixtures in neutral venues amid the COVID-19 pandemic, League Managers Association (LMA) chief executive Richard Bevan said on Wednesday.
Livelihoods outweigh lives during coronavirus pandemic as English Premier League rushes to restart 2019-20 season
The Premier League insists it will only restart when it is “safe and appropriate to do so,” but the vague aspiration obscures the reality that lives are at risk as long as there is no COVID-19 vaccine.
It was also announced that a National Health Service trust is to offer maternity care at the Villa home ground in Birmingham following the success of a similar tie-up with nearby West Bromwich Albion
Premier League: Difficult to relegate any team if season hasn’t played out, says Brighton owner Tony Bloom
Premier League clubs met on Friday to discuss possible models for finishing the season but all options remained hypothetical after the UK government extended lockdown restrictions for another three weeks.
What if Europe's top five leagues ended as things stand in the middle of a pandemic enforced standstill?
European leagues are looking to find a solution to the 2019-20 season which has been affected by the coronavirus pandemic. What if champions and relegation was announced based on current positions?