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New Zealand Football has written to Fifa hoping for a slice of the governing body's multi-billion dollar war chest.
The Wellington Phoenix are still paying their players and staff, which is more than can be said for most of their fellow A-League clubs right now, but a financial crunch is coming.
Fifa has extended the age limit for the men's football tournament at the rescheduled Tokyo Olympics due to the coronavirus pandemic, much to the relief of three All Whites.
The concept of the footballer with a long-term injury is an awkward contradiction.
Myer Bevan had been making a compelling case for himself ahead of the Tokyo Olympics, but like many Kiwi athletes, his dreams have been put on hold.
Although two Covid-19 cases have been confirmed in the A-League, the Football Federation of Australia is standing by its decision to suspend their season later than other sporting codes.
Former All White and Wellington Phoenix midfielder Tim Brown is among the many business owners around the world trying to do what they can for medical personnel battling coronavirus.
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