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The Writing has Been on the Wall for Football for Some Time as Financial Collapse Beckons Clubs on a Global Scale

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Football has managed to shoot itself in the head over successive years, as the out of control gravy train thundered around sports circles on an endless supply of track. The monies in the global sport have been truly phenomenal and the transfer of Neymar from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain for

Crisis Talks to Avoid a Staggering £1.1 BILLION Payoff Takes Place Between the Premier League and its TV Paymasters

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The COVID-19 crisis has thrown up another issue that simply can’t be avoided. As the season nears a make or break period with games being played behind closed doors or a premature end to the campaign, football’s paymasters Sky Sports and newcomers BT Sports reportedly stand to lose £1B if the lockdown

Karen Brady’s Suggestion Raises Major Questions for the Premier League This Season

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Freezing the Premier League until the virus dissipates, cancelling the season altogether, instigating playoffs or using an aggregate system have all been suggested as the Covid-19 virus threatens to decimate the season or take it beyond its current calendar boundaries. How long the ban lasts is probably key to how this

Troubling Instance From the Past Which Resulted in the Football Season Almost Getting Cancelled

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As the Covid-19 virus raises questions on the Premier League continuing, we look back at last time the football season was almost cancelled. The prospect of a premature end to the football season is now a distinct possibility because of the outbreak and spread of Coronavirus, but it’s not the first time

Arteta, Rugani, Mendy Infected, FA Emergency Meeting, Europe’s Top Five Leagues Suspended:- How Covid 19 Continues to Infect the Sporting World

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Arsenal’s recent Premier League fixture against Manchester City was cancelled as a "precautionary measure" after their recent Europa League opponents Olympiakos announced that their owner Evangelos Marinakis had contracted Covid-19. Daniele Rugani, an Arsenal and Chelsea target in the summer, tested positive for Covid-19. This led Inter Milan to suspend all footballing activity and the

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