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UK fans advised against travel to Turkey for Champions League final

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Manchester City are to face Chelsea in an all-English Champions League final


Manchester City are to face Chelsea in an all-English Champions League final

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The UK has added Turkey to its ‘red list’ of countries for travel from May 17, which will require a 10 day hotel quarantine upon arrival in the UK.

This means football fans should not travel to Istanbul for the Champions League final later this month, according to transport minister Grant Shapps.

The match, between Chelsea and Manchester City, is scheduled to take place at the Atatürk Olympic Stadium on Saturday, May 29.

The UK announced its traffic light system for travel on Friday, with just a handful of countries being listed as ‘green’, meaning there is no quarantine requirement for arrivals from those countries.

As a red listed country, arrivals from Turkey would have to qurantine in a quarantine hotel for 10 days (which must be booked and paid for before you travel), as well as taking a PCR test on day two and day eight.

The UK’s Test to Release scheme will not be an option for red-listed arrivals, unlike amber countries.

Shapps said putting Turkey on the red list will “have a number of ramifications.”

“It does mean with regards to the Champions League that fans should not travel to Turkey,” he said.

The English Football Association is in discussions with UEFA, he added, saying the UK is open to hosting the final but it’s a decision for UEFA.

He also highlighted the UK’s track record of recently hosting football matches with thousands of spectators.

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Davide Astori: Italian doctor sentenced for manslaughter over death of Fiorentina footballer

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Supporters display a poster during the funeral ceremony of Davide Astori in Florence in March 2018.


Supporters display a poster during the funeral ceremony of Davide Astori in Florence in March 2018.

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An Italian doctor has been sentenced for manslaughter over the death of international footballer Davide Astori.

The 31-year-old Fiorentina captain was found dead in a hotel room in Udine in March 2018, before his team was due to play a league match.

According to the autopsy report, Astori died from tachyarrhythmia, an abnormal acceleration of the heartbeat, during his sleep.

Giorgio Galanti, then-head of the sports medicine department at Florence’s Careggi Hospital, was the last person to clear Astori to play in the summer of 2017, seven months before his death.

On Monday, Galanti was given a one-year suspended sentence for failing to diagnose the player’s undetected heart defect.

Prosecutors have said that the doctor should have carried out additional examinations to try and detect heart disease, in view of the results of Astori’s stress tests, and had called for an 18-month prison sentence.

Galanti was also ordered to pay €1 million euros to Astroi’s family, Italian media reported. His lawyer immediately said that he would appeal the verdict.

The doctor had “acted correctly”, lawyer Sigfrido Fenyes told reporters in February.

A second doctor was also initially targeted in the investigation, but the case against him was dropped.

Davide Astroi’s death caused great emotion in Italy, where he was a member of the national team and won 14 caps.

The central defender also represented Cagliari, Roma, Pizzighettone and Cremonese in his career.

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Christoph Metzelder: Former German footballer given suspended sentence for sharing child pornography

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Christoph Metzelder arrives at the court in Duesseldorf  for the opening of his trial.


Christoph Metzelder arrives at the court in Duesseldorf for the opening of his trial.

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Former German footballer Christoph Metzelder has been given a suspended prison sentence for distributing child pornography.

The 40-year-old partially admitted the accusations against him as his trial began at Dusseldorf District Court on Thursday.

Metzelder was accused of possessing child and youth pornography and of forwarding 29 files to three different women, including a former partner.

Prosecutors told the court that the former footballer had shared photos via WhatsApp showing the sexual abuse of girls under 10 years old in August 2019.

Around 297 files with sexual content involving children or adolescents were found on his mobile phone during the investigation.

Metzelder was sentenced to ten months’ imprisonment on probation. His trial was initially scheduled to last until early May.

“I accept the punishment and ask forgiveness from the victims of sexual violence,” Metzelder said before the ruling. “I will have to live the rest of my life with this guilt.”

Metzelder was a runner-up with Germany at the 2002 FIFA World Cup. He also represented his country at the 2008 UEFA European Championships, winning 47 caps in total.

He enjoyed a successful playing career as a defender with Preußen Munster, Borussia Dortmund, Schalke 04, and Spanish giants Real Madrid.

After retiring in 2013, he worked as a television pundit and also set up his own foundation that supports projects for children and young people.

Metzelder stepped down as president of his hometown club TuS Haltern in September 2019 when the allegations against him were made public.

At the time, he was also working as a coach with the German Football Association.

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