The Premier League should begin testing for antibodies by updating their medical protocols shared with clubs.
Football is nothing without supporters, yet the Premier League is prepared to play out the greatest league in the world behind closed doors, to save themselves having to pay millions back in TV money.
Today should have been the last day of the Premier League season!
It seems strange to be celebrating our last FA Cup forty years ago today. It is a painful reminder that we haven’t won anything of note for four decades.
Yesterday it emerged that the Premier League want to complete their final 92 fixtures behind closed doors at neutral venues.
By Sean Whetstone
This week, one media outlet reported that Chelsea player Ross Barkley does not want to join West Ham United. Have we been reduced ourselves to now reporting on players that don’t want to join the Hammers? It could be a very long list!
Today marks the fifty-day point of no football. The Hammers last played against Arsenal on Saturday 7th March at the Emirates in a match they lost narrowly 1-0.
With the remaining Premier League fixtures due to be played behind closed doors for this season, football clubs will be hoping supporters return next season by renewing their season tickets but it might not be that simple.