Матч 18-го тура чемпионата Англии между «Лидс Юнайтед» и «Саутгемптоном» перенесен, сообщает Sky Sports.
По информации источника, причиной переноса стала встреча между «святыми» и «Шрусбери Таун» в матче третьего круга Кубка страны. Игра была отложена из-за вспышки коронавируса в «Шрусбери».
Теперь матч Кубка Англии пройдет 19 января. Начало — в 23:00 мск. Дата встречи между «Лидсом» и «Саутгемптоном» будет объявлена позднее.
Ранее сообщалось, что Английская премьер-лига сменила соперника лондонскому «Тоттенхэм Хотспур» в чемпионате.
I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! viewers lashed out over a 'dangerous' and 'cruel' challenge during Thursday night's episode.
Jack Vidgen, Grant Denyer, Pettifleur Berenger and Travis Varcoe were required to pump a lever at the bottom of a tank filled with ice cold water, in order to win points for their teams.
After the challenge saw the stars wrapped in emergency blankets to prevent hypothermia, and Jack admitting that he thought he would 'pass away', fans of the show accused producers for going too far on social media.
'This was such a dangerous challenge! Who thought of that? All that pain for seven stars??' one angry viewer posted on Twitter.
'Let's not do that challenge next year, huh? That was dangerous and borderline cruel,' another said.
'This challenge was totally not okay,' shared one, as well as another who wrote: 'You've actually gone too far with that challenge, and the fact the hosts thought it was funny just makes it worse. Poor form by everyone, except the contestants.'
It wasn't long into the challenge when the foursome began shaking uncontrollably and screaming out in pain.
'It hurts. It's hard to take a breath in,' Grant shouted, as his entire complexion went red with cold.
Travis also gasped for air as he shouted, 'oh my God,' while Pettifleur shivered and groaned in pain.
Jack seemed to be the most affected by the agonising ordeal, with medical staff seen comforting the pop star following the challenge.
Wrapped in a space blanket to prevent him from getting hypothermia, a shaking Jack revealed that he was in so much pain.
'Coming out of the water afterwards, I literally thought that I was passing away,' he later said in a piece to camera.
It comes after Toni Pearen was left sobbing after being bitten on the face multiple times by snakes on Tuesday night's episode.
The former Australia's Funniest Home Videos host, 48, placed her head inside the box while several jungle carpet pythons slithered around her.
She was bitten on the face five times, afterwards sobbing that she wanted to go home and see her children.
Fans were left enraged about the situation, with many posting on social media, insisting that the show should have called the challenge off.
One person watching Tweeted: 'How on earth did they let this carry on? Blooming disgusting!'
Another wrote: 'Disgraceful. Where is the care for the contestant that she is bitten and they leave her in?'
Главный тренер киевского «Динамо» Мирча Луческу призвал Лионеля Месси уйти из «Барселоны». Об этом сообщает Prosport.ro.
По его мнению, на его плечи сваливают все неудачи сине-гранатовых, из-за чего аргентинцу стоит поискать новый клуб.
Луческу отметил, что не смог бы справиться с Месси, если бы он находился в его команде, так как испытывает определенные трудности при работе с капризными футболистами.
Ранее сообщалось, что «Манчестер Юнайтед» намерен усилить оборону аргентинским защитником «Ланса» Факундо Мединой.
Sale Sharks have announced the appointment of former captain Alex Sanderson as director of rugby.
Sanderson has taken on the role with immediate effect, after an agreement was reached with Saracens to release him from his contract.
The 41-year-old started his playing career at Sale and has agreed to return to Manchester following the shock departure of Steve Diamond last month.
Sanderson said: ‘I'm joining a club I know all about from my time here, but things have moved on massively since those days and the opportunity to come back home and achieve something special was just too good to turn down.
‘After speaking to the owners and others at the club, it was obvious that there's a huge amount of ambition and a real growth mindset here and that's something that really stood out for me.
‘There's a fantastic amount of talent in the squad too – that's clear for everyone to see – and the progress in recent years is a credit to all the players and the efforts of everyone behind the scenes. But I also believe there's so much more potential to unlock here. I don't think we've even begun to scratch the surface of what this club is capable of.’
Sanderson took up a coaching role with Saracens in 2008 and was the brains behind their famed ‘Wolfpack’ defence.
‘Moving on from Saracens was a decision I had to think long and hard about, but I just felt the time was right to start a new chapter,’ he added.
‘I learnt so much during my time there; achieved a lot and made some friends for life, but ultimately the chance to put my own stamp on things and create a legacy at Sale Sharks and for rugby in the North West is what really excited me.
‘I’m determined to give everything I have for this club and I can't wait to get started.’
Sale first approached Sanderson several weeks ago.
CEO Sid Sutton hailed the appointment, saying: ‘In Alex, we have a world class leader and a coach with a winning mentality and extensive experience at the pinnacle of the game. He’s a former Sale lad who knows the club, knows our culture and shares our vision of making Sale Sharks one of the most formidable teams in Europe.
‘We have been extremely pleased with how the current coaching team have taken the job on over recent weeks, under very difficult circumstances.
'The owners and I have been nothing but impressed with their desire and determination, so it was key for us to ensure that whoever we brought into the club complemented that, and I believe Alex will do that perfectly.
‘It is of great importance that we build on the culture we have at the club and we wanted our new Director of Rugby to be someone that can continue to develop a brand of rugby we are all proud to be a part of. The winning mentality of Alex is key for this group of players and the club, to truly achieve its potential. The owners and I believe that Alex is a perfect fit for the role, and we can’t wait for him to get started alongside the team at Carrington.’