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It will be intriguing if this season does

not get to conclude, how the decisions will be made?

Although I suspect, if Euro 2020 is postponed a year the Premier League will continue into June etc.

Just suppose it does not?

How do the Premier League decide who represents them in next season's European Competitions assuming this crisis is over by then?

Whatever the decision it is going to piṡṡ a lot of people off.

I know there's bigger things going on right now than sport/football. Just thought i''d ask though.

How do you all think it should be allocated? Serious answers please

posted 3 weeks, 4 days ago

comment by ● Billy The Yidd ● (U3924)
posted 5 minutes ago
The season can not go past the end of June, there are all sorts of problems, like players contracts coming to an end, players being unable to train, WHU may not have a stadium as it is a rented Athletics track and will be booked up for other events etc etc
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So basically, Spurs have had an utter car crash of a season and you’ve seen an opportunity to wipe it from the record books.

Is that about right?

posted 3 weeks, 4 days ago

The way I see it, there are only 2 possible outcomes.

1 Somehow the leagues are completed fairly before the end of June and all promotions, relegations, league winners etc are decided.

2. The rest of the season is declared null and void and it starts again next season with the same leagues, there will be no promotion or relegation or league winners.

Option 1 has all sorts of problems, for eg. players may not be able to train which puts certain clubs at a disadvantage and brings the entire integrity of the leagues into doubt as they try to complete the season.

I`d say it is almost certain they will write off the rest of the season, and probably postpone the Euros also.

posted 3 weeks, 4 days ago

comment by ● Billy The Yidd ● (U3924)
posted 1 minute ago
The way I see it, there are only 2 possible outcomes.

1 Somehow the leagues are completed fairly before the end of June and all promotions, relegations, league winners etc are decided.

2. The rest of the season is declared null and void and it starts again next season with the same leagues, there will be no promotion or relegation or league winners.

Option 1 has all sorts of problems, for eg. players may not be able to train which puts certain clubs at a disadvantage and brings the entire integrity of the leagues into doubt as they try to complete the season.

I`d say it is almost certain they will write off the rest of the season, and probably postpone the Euros also.
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You may say it’s almost certain. People who are involved in it say it’s the very last resort and there are other options available.

posted 3 weeks, 4 days ago

comment by GTWI4T- some people deserve to get trolled (U6008)
posted 14 minutes ago
comment by ● Billy The Yidd ● (U3924)
posted 1 minute ago
The way I see it, there are only 2 possible outcomes.

1 Somehow the leagues are completed fairly before the end of June and all promotions, relegations, league winners etc are decided.

2. The rest of the season is declared null and void and it starts again next season with the same leagues, there will be no promotion or relegation or league winners.

Option 1 has all sorts of problems, for eg. players may not be able to train which puts certain clubs at a disadvantage and brings the entire integrity of the leagues into doubt as they try to complete the season.

I`d say it is almost certain they will write off the rest of the season, and probably postpone the Euros also.
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You may say it’s almost certain. People who are involved in it say it’s the very last resort and there are other options available.
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I think most of us are filtered by him.....

posted 3 weeks, 4 days ago

I can`t see this season being allowed to go on after the end of June, there are all sorts of potential problems that could arise.

Many players will be out of contract come July, other players may have not been able to train etc which puts them at a disadvantage.

Then there is a possibility a club like West Ham will not have a home stadium, being rented it is possible it could be booked out to other events like Athletics etc after the regular football was due to end.

The most straightforward solution that gives rise to the least headaches and complications for all concerned, is to null and void this season and kick off again next term.

posted 3 weeks, 4 days ago

The most straightforward solution that gives rise to the least headaches and complications for all concerned, is to null and void this season and kick off again next term.

^ Yeah right.

posted 3 weeks, 4 days ago

comment by Blue in the face (U22288)
posted 10 minutes ago
The most straightforward solution that gives rise to the least headaches and complications for all concerned, is to null and void this season and kick off again next term.

^Yeah right.

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His desperation is embarrassing.....

posted 3 weeks, 4 days ago

Not sure why anyone is worried about the Liverpool decision, that is a minor one compared to the many others that are unresolved.

Nobody alive today doubts Liverpool are this seasons champions

posted 3 weeks, 4 days ago

Even this 3 week suspension is unfair, Spurs for example can now recover players from injury in the next few weeks and should the league start up again, we could have some key players returning fit and raring to go, surely this would give us an unfair advantage if the season was to be completed.

Even something as seemingly trivial as this brings the integrity of the Premier League into question. I can`t see how they can continue the season, it is controversial but nulling and voiding the season seems the fairest solution.

posted 3 weeks, 1 day ago

https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/football/11195988/premier-league-games-coronavirus-plan-closed-doors-live-tv-neutral-grounds/

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