(CNN)Former Liverpool manager Bill Shankly once uttered one of the most famous lines in the game: “Some people believe football is a matter of life and death. I can assure you it is much, much more important than that.”He was joking, of course, but the events of the last few weeks have thrown into sharp focus what really matters in life. As a sports anchor at CNN, I’ve spent most of my career covering the triumphs and the trophies, the rivalries and results, but sport in the age of coronavirus now feels very different. I’m now second-guessing myself on the meaning of a game that used to be exciting — does it even really matter?READ: ‘What we really need to cancel is 2020,’ says Lebron James as sport enters twilight zoneAs Covid-19 took hold in Europe, I’ve been leading off our daily “World Sport” show with a roll call of games or events that have been compromised, postponed or canceled. It’s getting harder and harder to keep up; so rather than ticking through every single one, we simplified it with a graphic showing the sports impacted.At this point, it’s pretty much all of them. There’s another score that I wish


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