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first_img___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports July 17, 2020 The Paraguayan soccer association says Guarani, 12 de Octubre and San Lorenzo cannot play and train until another medical examination is held.The soccer association did not say how many players or club staff members have become infected.The league had been scheduled to resume later in the day after a four-month suspension caused by the pandemic. San Lorenzo was to play General Diaz.Guarani was scheduled to play Guaireña on Saturday and 12 de Octubre was to play Sol de America.Club executives are expected to meet later in the day to discuss whether other matches will go forward. Associated Press The Latest: Paraguayan soccer league restart halted by virus Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___The restart of the Paraguayan soccer league has been called off after three teams came down with cases of the coronavirus. Paraguay has done comparatively well in combating the virus. Only 27 people in the country of almost 7 million residents have died with the virus of about 3,300 infected.___Sporting events in England could be opened up to spectators starting in October.No fans have been allowed at stadiums since sports resumed in the country in June after a three-month shutdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic.British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says “from October we intend to bring back audiences in stadia … in a COVID-secure way subject to the successful outcome of pilots.”last_img read more

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first_imgGreg Schiano appears to be the coach Rutgers wants to hire to restore the prominence the program gained over a decade ago under … Greg Schiano.Yahoo Sports’ Pete Thamel reported early Sunday that Schiano has agreed in principle to return to Piscataway, N.J., to coach the Scarlet Knights (he left the program for the NFL in 2011). Financial terms were not known. NJ.com reported Saturday night that Rutgers and Schiano were “in deep negotiations” on a contract. The talks took place after Rutgers finished its 2019 season with a 27-6 loss at Penn State. The Scarlet Knights finished 2-10 overall and 0-9 in Big Ten play. Rutgers fired Chris Ash on Sept. 29 and replaced him on an interim basis with Nunzio Campanile.MORE: Tommie Frazier says Scott Frost ‘can’t get it done’ at NebraskaRutgers is 21-52 overall since joining the Big Ten in 2014 and 7-45 in conference play. It has lost 21 consecutive Big Ten games dating to 2017.Schiano, 53, took over the Scarlet Knights the first time in 2001. His overall record was just 68-67, but he turned RU into a top-10 team in 2006. The Scarlet Knights rose to seventh in the rankings before finishing 12th in the final AP Top 25 poll. Schiano’s time after Rutgers has not gone smoothly. He lasted just two seasons with the NFL’s Buccaneers (2012 and ’13), then coached two years at a Florida prep school before joining Urban Meyer’s staff at Ohio State in 2016. He stayed in Columbus until 2018.Schiano knows well that “agreed in principle” doesn’t equal “done deal.” He and Tennessee had a memorandum of understanding on a $27 million contract to become the Vols’ coach in 2017. The deal was pulled after Vols fans voiced outraged that Schiano, while an assistant at Penn State, may have known about child sex abuse by former Nittany Lions defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky. Schiano was never charged in connection with the abuse and has denied knowing it was taking place.He took over as the Patriots’ defensive coordinator last March, only to step down almost immediately after, saying he needed to spend more time “with my faith and my family.”last_img read more

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