I still don't see how this season can be finished...but credit to Leeds and WBA for wanting this, although I suppose they don't want the season declaring void.
I'm left puzzled as to how the EFL can come up with £50m now but let Bury go to the wall. But still good that clubs are getting help , even if it's only a case of bringing forward TV money. (Seems to me this also carries a risk because current TV contracts are not being fulfilled and Sky etc subscritions are being cancelled by clubs, pubs etc). ----
I'd planned to be in France in June but told today by friends livng there 'no chance'...they are 'ahead' of us with regards to the virus but still expecting restrictions going into the summer so how realistic EFL being with regards to finishing this season remains to be seen. At least clubs will ahve some money to meet their cash flow.
Post by Phantom Winger on Mar 19, 2020 23:34:20 GMT
Cash flow needed. Sky? God knows they've made enough. May need to reset the season. Roll through contracts and consider scrapping the summer transfer window.
"To dictate the pace and course of a game, a player has to be blessed with awesome qualities. Those who have accomplished it on a regular basis can be counted on the fingers of one hand – Pelé, Maradona, Best, Di Stefano, and Tom Finney"
Without football, mainly, Sky Sports has nothing to offer and needs EFL clubs as well as Premier League. It is in their interests to support clubs in financial difficulties. Also Premier League clubs need EFL clubs to produce new talent. Without them this talent would be wasted