Christian Pulisic Vows to make huge donations every Saturday in US hospital

Christian Pulisic is the latest player to donate to medics on the coronavirus front line The Chelsea star has promised staff of a US hospital burritos every Saturday Over 200,000 have died of the infection across the globe Football stars across the world continue to lend their helping hand to the fight against coronavirus with Chelsea’s Christian Pulisic the latest who has promised to donate burritos to staff at a US hospital. The 21-year-old will now deliver the meal to those medical workers who he described as ‘amazing people’ at a hospital in the US every Saturday. Pulisic has personally paid for mountains of Mexican food from Chipotle to be delivered to the hospital where he was born. According to him,

US Soccer Federation agrees to render equal treat on both Men and Women footballers

Women players suing US Soccer say in court documents filed on Tuesday that the federation has acknowledged the jobs of men and women footballers require equal skill. The language seemed to signal a decrease in tension between the parties after language in documents filed by federation lawyers earlier in March provoked widespread outrage in saying that playing on the men's national team required a higher level of skill-based on speed and strength and carried greater responsibility. The fierce backlash, not only from the women players but from sponsors such as Coca-Cola, ultimately forced Carlos Cordeiro to resign as president of the federation, to be replaced by vice president Cindy Parlow Cone – a former US international. US Soccer brought in new legal counsel,