Another reminder that I’ve put out a new collaborative playlist called Sonny Days to give us something to cheer us up. If you need a refresher on what moods we’re going for, here you go.
Ramble of the Day
Let’s continue with the musical themes for the Hoddle, and allow me to pose a question: What song do you sing while you’re washing your hands?
I’ve picked the beginning of “A Little Bit Alexis” from Schitt’s Creek. (YouTube; Spotify)
Suggestion of something to sing while washing your hands: pic.twitter.com/YUMmo3gC3G— Rachael Krishna (@RachaelKrishna) March 5, 2020
I actually have been singing it since I saw this Saturday morning, and it means the song is stuck in my head all the time. Thankfully, I don’t mind at all.
tl;dr: What’s your washing hands song?
Links of the Day
- Juventus’s Daniele Rugani and Hannover’s Timo Hubers have tested positive for coronavirus, while Nottingham Forest and Olympiacos players have tested negative.
- Europa League ties Sevilla-Roma and Inter-Getafe, and MLS matches Seattle-Dallas and San Jose-Kansas City have been postponed.
- Italy had to drop out of the Algarve Cup despite making it to the final because Portugal is limiting flights to Italy.
- The Chilean Health minister wants to quarantine Alexis Sánchez and Arturo Vidal when they come the country for this month’s international break.
The USWNT wore their training tops inside out in protest of U.S. Soccer’s legal argument that the job of the USMNT player carries more responsibility than that of the USWNT player.
Arsenal manager Joe Montemurro returned home to Australia for family reasons, with Aaron D’Antonio and Leanne Hall to lead the team in the interim.
Aston Villa’s Danny Drinkwater will be fined by the club after headbutting Jota at training.
Today’s longer read: David Conn answers some questions about coronavirus’s possible impact on football for The Guardian