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Ex-Man United defender Neville: Hotels free for NHS staff during coronavirus crisis - English Premier League News
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ESPN - 2020/03/19
Ale Moreno reacts to Wayne Rooney's comments on Euro 2020 in light of English football being suspended. Botafogo players become the latest to wear masks in protest, unveiling a "coronavirus: Protect yourself" banner. Amidst the coronavirus spread, FFA CEO James Johnson has confirmed that the A-League season will go ahead but behind closed doors. Gary Neville has said that the two hotels he co-owns with former Man Utd teammate Ryan Giggs will be made available to National Health Service (NHS) staff at no cost as they fight the coronavirus pandemic. Premier League side Chelsea have also made the Millennium Hotel at their Stamford Bridge stadium in London available to NHS staff. - Coronavirus cancellations and reactions in sports - Karlsen: How coronavirus affects transfers Through their GG Hospitality group, Neville and Giggs... - Read more at here