Other EPL News And Rumors
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Representatives from the 20 league clubs are discussing whether to take a breather during the congested holiday fixture period.
Get ready non-stop football until June, and exhausted players in January.
The future is now!
Spurs fans may be able to boo Mourinho in person!
In a move that should’ve happened years ago, teams will be given two extra substitutes in the event of head injuries.
Three months after appointing him, Spurs are looking for a new Director of Football Operations.
Coronavirus cases are rising, but Premier League football will soldier on.
Much ado about not much.
The document, spearheaded by Manchester United and Liverpool, would provide a raft of reforms and aid for clubs in the EFL, but at a significant cost.
The CEOs of the UK’s major leagues have called for a process by which fans can return — safely — to football grounds during the ongoing pandemic.
The government was hoping to allow limited fan attendance at grounds by October 1. That will not happen.
Back to three subs it is!
To commemorate the start of its new streaming service, NBC is forcing all Premier League fans to watch their sport there.
Games have been scheduled through July 2nd, with more to come after that.
Football is coming back, pending the virus doing something wacky.
Clubs will now be able to actually tackle each other as the league gears up for a June return.
The league announced six positives from three clubs out of 784 players and staff tested.
After being granted permission by the Premier League, Spurs will begin non-contact training, socially distant.
If football does restart in England, it’ll be at clubs’ home grounds.
This will go into effect immediately for all competitions currently in progress through December 31, 2020.
But the Saudi buyout has to happen first!
That is a lot of points!
This comes from Friday’s meeting between football officials and clubs.
Just merge the current season with the next, and then we could get to see March Madness, UEFA-style!
That’s probably the best of a whole host of bad options, and even then it’s a dicey proposition.
The virus isn’t getting better, and the top four leagues of English football are moving the goalposts again.
Non-league football could void the entire campaign, but doing so could have some significant knock-on effects.
This opens up a whole new can of worms, but is clearly the right decision.