The stoppage of competitions due to the coronavirus can make the Premier League lose a lot of money, specifically more than 1,400 million euros. Much has been said about the 371 million pending in the television contract with SkyBut the truth is that if the competition resumes and the matches, as expected, are held behind closed doors, the game days that are played in this way will take their toll on the clubs.Daily Mail calculates losses in the first English of about 203.14 million euros. They estimate that this is the amount that the 20 teams would enter, of which 17 have already canceled the subscription renewal process (it can be paid monthly or annually). Only Newcastle, Everton and Norwich they keep it active though all clubs agree to make a refund to subscribers or at least a discount for the following season’s subscription. ClubCapacitySubscribersHalf priceIncome credits *Party Day ** Liverpool53,39427,000745.9920.2096.63 Leicester32,26123,000569.2413.0816.87 Sheffield32,12525,000525.6313.2016.64 Brighton30,75023,000791.8918.2521.23 Burnley21,94412,000459.075.517.23 Norwich27,35921,000459.079.6414.92 Bournemouth11,3646,500751.724.935.74 M. United74,87952,000826.3242.92127.16 Crystal Palace25,48617,500866.4915.1519.05 Aston Villa42,09530,000585.3117.5625.25 Everton39,41431,330459.0714.3516.30 Newcastle52,30535,000688.6024.1027.43 Arsenal60,70446,0001,526.4071.39110.41 Chelsea40,83428,0001,058.1529.6176.43 443.34793.04 Wolves32,05022,000573.8412.6213.20 Watford22,20013,800698.939.6410.56 M. City55,01740,000625.4825.0263.12 Tottenham62,06242,0001601.0067.2593.76 TOTAL West ham60,00040,000723.0328.9231.10 * Estimated income from season tickets (in millions of euros).** Estimated income from the whole year during match days (in millions of euros).A total of 793.04 million euros was expected to be entered by all Premier League teams during game days throughout the campaign, therefore, the 203.14 million correspond to the nine days that remain in the season (ten in some cases). Manchester United and Arsenal would be the most affected.
A Western Australian man has been arrested for trying to smuggle marijuana in socks through Denpasar Airport in Bali. Indonesian authorities allegedly caught Robert Paul McJannett, 48, with two grams of marijuana rolled up in a pair of socks in his luggage.McJannett, a crane operator, was detained after arriving in Bali with his 21-year-old son on a Virgin Blue flight from Perth on Monday night.McJannett was an unsuccessful candidate in the 2005 Redcliffe by-election, where he ran as an independent.He has also been involved in a legal battle before the WA Industrial Relations Commission over his attempt to gain a top position within the CFMEU.McJannett stood against the union’s assistant state secretary Joe McDonald twice but lost both elections.Provincial police anti-narcotics head Kokot Indarto said, “He put the marijuana in his socks, rolled them up and then wrapped it with aluminium foil.” “Because he carried more than two grams, this could not be indicated as user’s because user’s limitation is only 0.15 grams.”If found guilty, Robert faces up to 12 years in jail for marijuana possession and drug trafficking. Indonesia enforces stiff penalties, including life imprisonment and death, for drug trafficking. <a href=”http://www.etbtravelnews.global/click/1ee4a/” target=”_blank”><img src=”http://adsvr.travelads.biz/www/delivery/avw.php?zoneid=10&cb=INSERT_RANDOM_NUMBER_HERE&n=a5c63036″ border=”0″ alt=””></a> Source = e-Travel Blackboard: C.F