Trump on sports: “The leagues will start without fans. The good old days will return for TV».

Us President Donald Trump expects that after the resumption of seasons in professional sports leagues, matches will be held without spectators.

“A lot of them will start without fans, so it will be made for TV. The good old days will be back for him.

First it will be like this, and then the fans will start coming back. They may have to be seated two seats apart first. Then, eventually, we want to fill the arenas.

When the virus is gone, we will have filled arenas. We will bring back the sport as it should be. So, at a certain point in time, we will return to normal, ” Trump said.

Rob Gronkowski returns to the National football League. He will move to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers»

New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski returns to the National football League (NFL).

Gronkowski, 30, will join the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Despite the end of his career, he still belonged to new England, and Tampa Bay had to trade him for their fourth-round draft pick.

In March, new England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady became a Tampa Bay player. They took three super bowls with Gronkowski.

60% of fans in North America will experience discomfort in arenas after the season resumes (Scout 360)

North American sports leagues may miss out on fans in arenas after competitions are resumed after the coronavirus pandemic, according to Scout 360.

According to the research, 60% of fans will not feel comfortable attending sports events for at least several months.

Also, according to the study, 80% of fans believe the decision to suspend the leagues is correct, but Express hope that it is temporary.

More than 70% of respondents said that they watch sports competitions. At the same time, almost one in five said that they “already go crazy” without watching matches.

The NHL, NBA, and MLS seasons were suspended in March, with major League baseball’s MLB postponing the opening indefinitely.

In addition, it is not yet clear whether the NFL season will start as planned.