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SPORTS AGENDA: West Ham in talks with host about a documentary for club legend Mark Noble

West Ham is in talks with a UK broadcaster about a documentary about club legend Mark Noble.

The plan is to mark the playing career of the single-club player and his affiliation with the Hammers.

The club is also understood to be working on proposals to celebrate Noble’s 18-year career in West Ham’s final home game of the season against Manchester City, when Noble hangs up his boots.

West Ham is in talks with an announcer about a documentary for club legend Mark Noble

West Ham is in talks with an announcer about a documentary for club legend Mark Noble

BIELSA’S WIFE DESIGNS THE STAFF GYM AT LEEDS

Marcelo Bielsa has paid £ 150,000 to set up a gym on Elland Road so that staff can keep fit.

The affectionate Argentine even asked his wife, who is an architect, to design the state-of-the-art facilities that are located next to the reception in the East stand and near the club’s administration offices.

The gym has an abundance of free weights, treadmills, bikes and rowing machines, as well as pictures of the nearby Yorkshire countryside.

Marcelo Bielsa (left) has paid £ 150,000 for a new gym on Elland Road so that his staff can stay in shape.

Marcelo Bielsa (left) has paid £ 150,000 for a new gym on Elland Road so that his staff can stay in shape.

Marcelo Bielsa (left) has paid £ 150,000 for a new gym on Elland Road so that his staff can stay in shape.

The Leeds motto, Marching On Together, is stamped on one of the walls. Insiders say the coach has always been willing to make sure the staff in general, as well as his players and the backroom team, are taken care of.

They are said to be delighted with the facility, which also includes showers and a changing area.

THE CON RECOVER THE FIVE-STAR SWAGGER

The Olympic world has finally regained its five-star arrogance after a few months of stark lockdown during the pandemic.

A total of 150 of the world’s 205 National Olympic Committees (NOCs) have made their way through PCR tests, vaccination certificates, passenger location forms (and even quarantine for some) to reach the splendid Crete Maris Beach Resort. Hotel in Crete.

High on the list of topics for the NOC Association Congress and Awards Gala will undoubtedly be the upcoming Winter Olympics in Beijing, promising a significantly less comfortable environment.

THE FURY OF THE TOP CLUBS IN THE CHIEF OF POLICE

Clubs in the Premier League were furious after being attacked earlier this month by Britain’s top football police officer.

Police Chief Mark Roberts claimed that only three Premier League clubs he had written to had responded to say they were willing to work directly with the police to help their players deal with racist abuse online.

Most Premier League clubs were targeted by Police Chief Mark Roberts this month

Most Premier League clubs were targeted by Police Chief Mark Roberts this month

Most Premier League clubs were targeted by Police Chief Mark Roberts this month

“We hear all the slogans, we hear all the commitment,” Roberts said. “But when we try to take some positive steps to support the players, support the clubs, we need more than words.” His comments sparked widespread ire among senior teams.

Some say they did not receive the letter, while others say they already deal with their own hate crime officers and see no logic in creating more bureaucracy.

“We have taken a hard line on this and are doing everything in our power to address it,” said one executive. This was an unwarranted attack, and not particularly helpful. ”

HEWITT GOES ON

New FA President Debbie Hewitt has wasted little time establishing her new role.

The incoming executive has been seeking input from a host of Premier League presidents and CEOs on the challenges she may face.

Insiders believe Hewitt has already identified a host of issues between the FA and top-flight clubs and is trying to address them.

New FA President Debbie Hewitt (above) has wasted little time establishing her new role.

New FA President Debbie Hewitt (above) has wasted little time establishing her new role.

New FA President Debbie Hewitt (above) has wasted little time establishing her new role.

BUTLERS REACH A BONUS FOR CLUBS

The lockdown along with the pingdemic has created management nightmares for the clubs, and security personnel in many areas of the country are now in short supply.

Before Covid, clubs used to use one or two outside companies to make sure they had enough staff to meet safety certificates.

However, many delegates have used locking to find new roles, while pingdemic also caused problems.

Now it is not uncommon to see staff from three or four different firms in a game.

OLYMPIC ATHLETES MEET

Soccer’s difficulty in persuading players to get vaccinated is not a problem in the Olympic world.

Team GB athletes conducting media activities ahead of the 100-day milestone to the end of Beijing 2022 have confirmed their double jab status. About 98 percent of the 375 GB team athletes in Tokyo were vaccinated.

Both the Olympic committees in the United States and Canada have made the vaccine mandatory for their winter Olympians.

All Team GB athletes for Beijing 2022 have now confirmed their dual vaccination status

All Team GB athletes for Beijing 2022 have now confirmed their dual vaccination status

All Team GB athletes for Beijing 2022 have now confirmed their dual vaccination status

CLUBS FACE AUTOGRAPH HUNTERS

Problems with overzealous autograph hunters have led clubs to employ security personnel with body cameras in an attempt to tackle an increasingly troublesome problem.

As this newspaper reported, professionals selling signed souvenirs online have been following players in cars before confronting them at traffic lights or even outside their homes.

Several high-level clubs are now sending security personnel to challenge those people outside of team hotels.

ICC LEADS THE WAY

The International Cricket Council has hosted hybrid press conferences at the Twenty20 World Cup with questions from journalists on site and on Zoom. There were concerns about how straightforward the process would be, but so far there have been few problems.

ENGLAND AND INDIA LOOK MORE CLOSELY

They say keep your enemies close, and that seems to be the situation with England Twenty20 World Cup cricketers. They share facilities with India.

The sides are using the same resort on Dubai’s famous Palm Islands and insiders say the atmosphere has been very good, with families sharing the pool and teams mingling at breakfast.

England are sharing their T20 training facilities with rivals India in the Palm Islands of Dubai.

England are sharing their T20 training facilities with rivals India in the Palm Islands of Dubai.

England are sharing their T20 training facilities with rivals India in the Palm Islands of Dubai.

MELTDOWN IN UK ATHLETICS

UK Athletics’ popularity fell to a new low last week following the surprising resignations of CEO Joanna Coates and Chief Performance Officer Sara Symington.

The Daily Mail and The Times had learned of the double departure and calls were made to UKA seeking comment, but there was no response.

The organization eventually issued a statement to the general media, announcing that both had left the besieged body, which infuriated those with the initial story.

The fact that the statement had no quotes from Coates or Symington did little to alter the view that it was rushed, in what some perceived as a thoughtless and cowardly move.

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