The Premier League welcomes the spectators back and other football news

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The Premier League welcomes the spectators back and other football news

The Premier League welcomes the audience back

The UK government has plans for the audience to return to the soccer fields after the end of their national quarantine period on December 2. Arsenal vs Rapid Wien in the Europa League on December 3 could be the first match with an audience after a long time affected by the COVID-19 epidemic.

Anfield can welcome the audience back next weekend

It is expected that about 2,000 fans will enter the field to watch this match. Then, the match Liverpool vs Wolves on December 5 can welcome a similar audience. However, the MU match to welcome PSG in the Champions League still has to play on an empty field because Manchester City only ranked No. 3 after London and Liverpool ranked 2.

Anfield can welcome the audience back next weekend

Maradona rested at home

Diego Maradona will rest in his hometown after dying at the age of 60 from a heart attack. His remains were moved from the Argentine Presidential Palace to the Bella Vista cemetery on the outskirts of the capital Buenos Aires yesterday. This is also the burial place of Maradona’s parents.

MU extorted millions of pounds

Sun Sport said hackers asked MU to pay millions of pounds in ransom to get back stolen data last week. MU confirmed to have hired a team of experts to stop a sophisticated attack by an organized crime group. The UK’s National Cyber ​​Security Center was also asked for assistance but was unable to stop it in time.

Hackers are asking MU to pay millions of pounds in data ransom

MU’s database has been infected with a special virus that can publicly release all data on the network or block all access.

If MU does not find a solution soon, they can be fined about 18 million pounds or 4% of annual revenue if they violate the copyright of fans under data protection laws. But the MU side still commits that the data of the fans has not been compromised.

Arsenal is stuck in Norway because of bad weather

Arsenal was forced to stay in Norway for an extra day because the foggy weather in London did not allow them to fly back here on Thursday night. If you still want to fly back to England at night, Arsenal will have to land in another city in England.

Therefore, Arsenal decided to stay in Norway for an extra night and only flew back to London on Friday morning. In the match against Molde, Arsenal won 3-0 to soon win tickets to continue.

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