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- Which US states could legalize betting in 2022?
- Covid-19 vaccines mandatory for Serie A and Ligue 1 players
- John Madden, NFL legend and gaming icon dies at 85
- How will the Africa Cup of Nations impact European clubs?
- January transfer window opens. What are Premier League’s clubs’ plans?
Which US states could legalize betting in 2022?
33 US jurisdictions have legalized some forms of sports betting since the Supreme Court overturned the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act on May 14, 2018. Who will join them in the new year?
It seems that Georgia, Massachusetts, California, and North Caroline are the closest ones to making the step. Among other states that have the potential of passing relevant laws in 2022 are Alabama, Kansas, Maine, Minnesota, Missouri, and Oklahoma. Read more
Covid-19 vaccines mandatory for Serie A and Ligue 1 players
Pro athletes will not be exempt from the new Green Pass rules implemented by the Italian government from January 10.
Italy has joined France in making vaccination mandatory for anyone wanting to play outdoor team sports. Under the new regulations, vaccination will be compulsory for professional and amateur athletes in Italy unless they have recently recovered from COVID-19. France announced a similar set of rules a couple of days earlier. Read more
John Madden, NFL legend and gaming icon dies at 85
Larger-than-life coach, commentator and gaming figure John Madden has died at the age of 85, the National Football League (NFL) has announced.
“Nobody loved football more than Coach. He was football. He was an incredible sounding board to me and so many others. There will never be another John Madden, and we will forever be indebted to him for all he did to make football and the NFL what it is today”, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said in a statement. Read more
How will the Africa Cup of Nations impact European clubs?
Whenever the African Cup of Nations comes around, discussions start on how it could influence European leagues and clubs with numerous African players in their squads. This time, the discussion gets even more bitter with the threat of Covid-19 in the background.
Ian Wright has recently expressed his criticism of the ways in which media treat the African tournament.
How could this situation be solved? And how exactly can the 2022 tournament impact Europe’s top leagues? Read more
January transfer window opens. What are Premier League’s clubs’ plans?
The Guardian has outlined potential targets for Premier League clubs’ reinforcements.
Dusan Vlahovic to join Tottenham? Trippier in Newcastle? Raphinha in Liverpool?
The January transfer window opened on January 1, 2022, and will close on Monday, January 31. Here are all the possible moves to take place in the EPL. Read more
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