Aston Villa Star Jack Grealish On ‘Stupid’ Decision To Break Isolation (Video)

Aston Villa star Jack Grealish has apologized for breaking isolation last weekend.

It remains to be seen how the club will deal with the issue, and if it’ll have any impact on his future. He has been linked with a number of top clubs, but top clubs usually don’t go in for regular discipline breakers regardless of talent, and this is not the first time the 24-year-old has caused controversy.

 

Low Deposit Online Casinos: Advantages of Joining Them

If you want to play real money casino games, you need to deposit real cash. Most online casinos accept a minimum deposit of $20 or so. However, there are gaming venues that encourage players to deposit lower sums, which is excellent, especially if you are new to this form of entertainment. In this article, we will discuss low deposit online casinos and why you should join them.

What Is Low Deposit Casino?

Which low deposit is low enough? It depends on how much money you have. For some players, it may be $10 while for others it is a bigger amount. Yet, if a $20 deposit is a standard minimum at most casinos, at low deposit casinos, the limit is set lower. It can be from $1 up to $10. When you make such a deposit, you can qualify for a welcome bonus and promotions and play casino games without restrictions as long as you have money in your account.

The sign-up procedure with low deposit casinos is the same as with regular ones. You create an account, choose a preferred payment method and make your deposit. If there is a welcome bonus on sign up, you can claim it and use it on the games to your liking. 

Things to Pay Attention to When Choosing a Low Deposit Casino

No matter how low deposits an online casino accepts, you should not register with it if it is not licensed. So, the first thing you should pay attention to is whether the operator holds the valid online gaming licence. It should be issued by a trustworthy regulator like the UK Gambling Commission or Malta Gaming Company.  

Carrying out transactions in a seamless way is another aspect you should take into consideration. That’s why the online casino should support a variety of payment methods that allow players to make deposit and withdrawals of lower value. They should include debit and credit cards like Visa, MasterCard and Maestro, e-wallets like Skrill and Neteller, prepaid vouchers such as Paysafecard, bank transfers, pay by mobile, and so on.

Also, an online casino worth your time and money should offer bonuses and promotions designed for low-depositing players. Some of them may require codes you have to enter to redeem. These bonuses and promotions should include free cash, cashbacks and free spins with acceptable wagering requirements. Any playthrough above 40x the bonus is high, and you should avoid a bonus that comes with it. A plus will be if a low deposit casino offers a no deposit bonus to new customers. Such an incentive requires no deposit and is typically accompanied by a regular welcome deposit match bonus. 

Finally, you should check the game library and inspect how many providers contribute to it. There should be low stake games of all sorts, from slot machines and progressive jackpots to virtual and live table games. A reputable online casino should offer titles from the leading gaming companies such as NetEnt, Microgaming, Playtech, Evolution Gaming and more.   

Why Play at Low Deposit Casinos?

One of the biggest advantages of low deposit online casinos is the fact that you don’t need a large budget to play casino games. You can enjoy them from the comfort of your home or on the move without risking large amounts of money. Low deposit casinos allow you to play a full range of casino game at low stakes, including live dealer tables providing you with realistic gaming experience.

When playing at these gaming establishments, you will be more relaxed as you won’t feel the pressure of spending more than you can afford. To boost your bankroll, you can claim bonuses and have more opportunities to win at your favourite games. Low deposit casinos also set withdrawal limits low, meaning that you can request cashouts even if you don’t win big. 

Closing Thoughts

Gambling sites that accept low deposits are great for both newbies and experienced players. While the former can explore the game and learn the ropes, the latter can enjoy their favourite titles when on a budget. When you don’t risk much, you can enjoy the gameplay fully and without guilt while still having a chance to win real money.

If you decide to join a low deposit casino, you can make larger deposits as well. These casinos provide you with more options when it comes to payments and cashouts, which means that you can enjoy your favourite form of entertainment even when you don’t have much money to risk. Make sure to use your deposit wisely and set your stakes low to play as many rounds as possible for more winning chances.

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A May return for the Premier League is ambitious

On Monday, the Daily Mail reported that the Premier League have ambitious plans to finish the 2019/20 season at the beginning of May and finish by mid-July. Some have slammed the plans and called them dangerous with the coronavirus still spreading throughout the UK, despite most citizens obeying the government’s social distancing policies.

An unpredictable situation

It would be a risky strategy for the league to recommence in May. The world is in an unprecedented situation in peacetime. Although there are estimates from some very intelligent experts, nobody really knows how the virus will ultimately affect the population.

Like everything else in the world, the plan to recommence the Premier League is Coronavirus-dependent. If the country is still in any state of lockdown by May, which is quite realistic, then surely football games cannot go ahead. It would be a major danger to everybody taking part.

Not only would the players have to attend, but the coaches, officials, police and even medical personnel. In our current situation that would likely endanger people’s health further.

The current campaign may not finish

There seems to be a feeling around the world that most leagues may have to face the prospect of not completing the 2019/20 campaign. Leading voices from La Liga and the Bundesliga have already talked about the very real prospect that the leagues will not finish.

A few weeks ago, there seemed to be a determination from the Premier League to complete the campaign. This is to avoid complications, such as how to decide the big issues ahead of next season. Then there is also the gigantic issue of the finances involved.

Some Premier League clubs have already agreed to put their non-playing staff onto the government’s furlough scheme in which the employees will receive 80 per cent of their usual wage to protect jobs.

That is a temporary measure, but that sort of decision suggests that those in charge of clubs are not confident of an imminent return to normality.

Games played behind closed doors

If the 2019/20 season is to be completed, then there seems no doubt that it will take place behind closed doors. It would be the only option to complete the schedule. People are on lockdown for at least any week in the UK, which is likely to be suspended in the near future.

It would be lunacy to allow them to attend football games in their thousands. That seems like common sense. Unfortunately, earlier this month thousands of Atletico Madrid fans were allowed to travel to Liverpool for a Champions League tie. Spain is one of the worst-hit countries for coronavirus.

Liverpool has since seen a rise in coronavirus cases. Whether there is a connection or not  I leave up to others to decide. However, it certainly did not help the situation in the UK.

It is hard to judge what is realistic and what is not for the return of professional football in England. However, if things do not improve from our current situation, then it seems like a silly idea to be planning a return of football.

In my humble opinion, the Premier League are just worried about money. If they looked at the bigger picture then they would realise that there are more important things in life than money.

Is it sensible for the Premier League to be planning a return to football in early May?

Liverpool have ‘zero interest’ in re-signing Coutinho

Liverpool have made it absolutely clear that they have no intention of re-signing Philippe Coutinho from Barcelona, according to David Maddock of the Mirror.

After an intense, long-drawn saga, the Brazilian playmaker finally managed to force a €160 million move from Anfield to Camp Nou in January 2018. In the end, it turned out to have a negative impact on the player himself and Barcelona. Liverpool re-consolidated their ranks and went on to play two consecutive Champions League finals, winning the second one. On the other hand, Coutinho miserably failed to produce any kind of contribution for the Blaugrana in the 18 months that he spent there, before moving on a season-long loan to Bayern Munich last summer. The Bavarians have indicated that they have no plans to make the deal permanent, and the 28-year-old is due to return to Barcelona soon.

Things haven’t changed there as far as he is concerned. There is still no place for him in the team and they are determined to sell him as soon as FIFA give permission for the next transfer window to open. He has been linked with Chelsea, but also with a return to Anfield.

However, it seems his days in the famous Red shirt are a thing of the past. Liverpool have moved on.

Real to join Upamecano race

Real Madrid are preparing to enter the race for Dayot Upamecano of RB Leipzig, according to AS.

The 21-year-old has been an important part of the success Leipzig have achieved this season. It remains to be seen in what way the term will be concluded across Europe in light of the Coronavirus pandemic, but as things stood in Germany before football was stopped, Julian Nagelsmann’s team were well within a shot of the Bundesliga title with only five points less than Bayern Munich in the lead, and with 13 rounds to go. They had also qualified for the Champions League quarterfinals.

Upamecano is being widely perceived as a part of the next generation of world’s great defenders, something Real obviously need to consider given that their captain Sergio Ramos has turned 34. However, Real are not the only one with an eye for his talent. Bayern have been credited with interest too, as have Arsenal and Barcelona.

Serie A Crisis: What Comes Next For Italy’s Top Flight?

Football all over the world is currently stopped due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Unfortunately, there’s no end in sight for this pandemic scenario. Japan, China and South Korea are expected to resume their football competitions at some point during May, but things are quite different if we analyze the scenario in Europe. There’s a realistic possibility of several countries not completing their 2019-20 seasons.

Out of the ones that have been affected the most, Italy are undoubtedly the most complicated one. Teams are cutting wages, players are threatening to leave next summer, and several clubs are going through several financial problems. The league has reportedly filed for bankruptcy, and teams such as Juventus and AS Roma are living situations that might not be sustainable over long periods of time.

The question, then, becomes rather obvious. What’s going to happen with the Italian Serie A? And what’s next for Italy’s top-flight if this situation continues for more than one or two more months?

What are possible solutions for Serie A’s economic problems?

Football in Italy is not going to disappear from one year to the next one. The league is also not likely to go into a hiatus period to “balance their books”, either. There are obligations to fulfill in the European scenario. Italy won’t give away their European spots, either, but drastic measures need to be taken. Things must change drastically in the country as a whole if they want to retain their top status following this outbreak.

Perhaps, teams would need to cut on the amount of money they’re currently paying in salaries. The transfer fees have already been declining over the last few years – with Inter and Juventus being the lone exceptions – but salaries might become an issue as well. If a team like Juventus is cutting four months of salaries, what’s going to happen with not-so-rich teams? What would be the scenario for teams such as SPAL, Sassuolo, or Brescia? They’re not as wealthy as Juventus, but they might need to take the same measures to avoid long-term financial problems.

Another idea could be to increase the league’s exposure. AC Milan, Inter and Juventus tend to play friendly matches in the United States and Asia. But what about the other teams? They could benefit from the substantial money bags offered in foreign countries as a way to bolster their budget moving forward.

The ideas are there, but the changes need to happen soon. Otherwise, the Serie A might need several years to recover from what has been a devastating period for football, Europe, and the whole world as we know it.

Coronavirus: Harry Kane wants June deadline for Premier League completion

Tottenham striker Harry Kane believes the Premier League season should be scrapped if the campaign cannot be completed by the end of June.

Like most of Europe, English football has ground to a halt due to the coronavirus pandemic with the Premier League suspended until at least the end of April.

That date could quite easily be pushed back and it remains to be seen how the Premier League will act to contend with the fixture backlog.

Reports suggest games may be played behind closed doors to try and complete the calendar but Kane thinks there should be a cut-off point if next season becomes affected.

“I know the Premier League are going to be trying all they can to finish the season, looking at every option possible. For me, I feel we need to try to finish the season, but there needs to be a point where enough is enough,” he said on a live Instagram broadcast with Sky Sports pundit Jamie Redknapp.

“We may have to say, ‘we can’t finish it’. Going into July and August and pushing next season back, I don’t really see too much benefit in doing that. I don’t know what’s going on behind the scenes, and what it means financially for clubs.

“From a players’ point of view, let’s try to finish the season, but there needs to be a limit and probably the limit for me is by the end of June.

“If it isn’t completed by the end of June, we should look at the options and look forward to next season otherwise I feel it will have such a knock-on effect to next year, the Euros, then the World Cup in 2022.”

There have been 19,522 confirmed cases of coronavirus in the United Kingdom, while 1,235 people have died.

Coronavirus: Harry Kane wants June deadline for Premier League completion

Tottenham striker Harry Kane believes the Premier League season should be scrapped if the campaign cannot be completed by the end of June.

Like most of Europe, English football has ground to a halt due to the coronavirus pandemic with the Premier League suspended until at least the end of April.

That date could quite easily be pushed back and it remains to be seen how the Premier League will act to contend with the fixture backlog.

Reports suggest games may be played behind closed doors to try and complete the calendar but Kane thinks there should be a cut-off point if next season becomes affected.

“I know the Premier League are going to be trying all they can to finish the season, looking at every option possible. For me, I feel we need to try to finish the season, but there needs to be a point where enough is enough,” he said on a live Instagram broadcast with Sky Sports pundit Jamie Redknapp.

“We may have to say, ‘we can’t finish it’. Going into July and August and pushing next season back, I don’t really see too much benefit in doing that. I don’t know what’s going on behind the scenes, and what it means financially for clubs.

“From a players’ point of view, let’s try to finish the season, but there needs to be a limit and probably the limit for me is by the end of June.

“If it isn’t completed by the end of June, we should look at the options and look forward to next season otherwise I feel it will have such a knock-on effect to next year, the Euros, then the World Cup in 2022.”

There have been 19,522 confirmed cases of coronavirus in the United Kingdom, while 1,235 people have died.

Harry Kane warns Spurs he won´t stay ´for the sake of it´

Harry Kane says he will not stay at Tottenham “for the sake of it” and would consider his future if the club did not show progress on the pitch.

Spurs have not won a major trophy since the 2008 EFL Cup and have regressed since reaching last season’s Champions League final under Mauricio Pochettino, with Jose Mourinho now at the helm.

England captain Kane has often spoken of his desire to win titles with Tottenham but reports have suggested he may look elsewhere if his ambitions are not met.

Manchester United and Real Madrid have both been rumoured to be monitoring the situation and Kane offered no guarantees that his long-term future is at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Speaking on a live Instagram broadcast with Sky Sports pundit and ex-Spurs midfielder Jamie Redknapp, Kane said: “Obviously I get asked this question a lot. 

“It’s one of those things – I couldn’t say yes and I couldn’t say no.

“I love Spurs, I’ll always love Spurs but I’ve always said if I don’t feel we’re progressing as a team or going in the right direction, I’m not someone to stay there for the sake of it.

“I’m an ambitious player, I want to improve, get better and become one of the top, top players. It all depends on what happens as a team and how we progress as a team.

“So it’s not a definite I’m going to stay there forever but it’s not a no either.”

Meanwhile, Spurs confirmed Son Heung-min and Steven Bergiwijn are to be allowed to return to South Korea and Netherlands respectively.

Son has travelled home for personal reasons, while Bergwijn is awaiting the birth of his child.

Spurs said “both players will continue their individual rehabilitation and training programmes during their time away” with the Premier League still suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Harry Kane warns Spurs he won´t stay ´for the sake of it´

Harry Kane says he will not stay at Tottenham “for the sake of it” and would consider his future if the club did not show progress on the pitch.

Spurs have not won a major trophy since the 2008 EFL Cup and have regressed since reaching last season’s Champions League final under Mauricio Pochettino, with Jose Mourinho now at the helm.

England captain Kane has often spoken of his desire to win titles with Tottenham but reports have suggested he may look elsewhere if his ambitions are not met.

Manchester United and Real Madrid have both been rumoured to be monitoring the situation and Kane offered no guarantees that his long-term future is at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Speaking on a live Instagram broadcast with Sky Sports pundit and ex-Spurs midfielder Jamie Redknapp, Kane said: “Obviously I get asked this question a lot. 

“It’s one of those things – I couldn’t say yes and I couldn’t say no.

“I love Spurs, I’ll always love Spurs but I’ve always said if I don’t feel we’re progressing as a team or going in the right direction, I’m not someone to stay there for the sake of it.

“I’m an ambitious player, I want to improve, get better and become one of the top, top players. It all depends on what happens as a team and how we progress as a team.

“So it’s not a definite I’m going to stay there forever but it’s not a no either.”

Meanwhile, Spurs confirmed Son Heung-min and Steven Bergiwijn are to be allowed to return to South Korea and Netherlands respectively.

Son has travelled home for personal reasons, while Bergwijn is awaiting the birth of his child.

Spurs said “both players will continue their individual rehabilitation and training programmes during their time away” with the Premier League still suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.