roubles wrote: ↑Wed Apr 01, 2020 7:55 pmI can't see this season being finished, this whole sad situation will drag on for far too long to fit in the games required before the start of the next season.
Whatever is done, someone is going to feel hard done by, so my vote would be for a two season season. Start next season with every team keeping the number of points as they have now and fit in the games missed this season during the course of next season, dropping a cup if necessary. No transfers in between seasons, (likely international transfers will be banned this year anyway) and just allow a January transfer window in 2021. No one will be happy but, that will at least give everyone a fair chance.
When is the Winter World Cup? Could move things around so that remainder of this season can be played this calendar year. Then you got between that ends and December 2022 to get another season in.Dinksy wrote: ↑Thu Apr 09, 2020 12:26 pmChairman of the EFL, Rick Parry plans to finish the season in 56 days, according to The Snooze today. The eight-week period would include play-offs and the games would be played behind closed doors. As to 'when', obviously at this stage he can't say, but he rules out a return to training before May 16th.
How is this going to happen? Even if we started this programme in July (after a month's training), we're running into 2020/21.
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