I think there will be but with certain criteria. Or they may even resume this seasons competitions next season (in the new year).I doubt they'll be European competition next season.
Very much not to be fair to him. You may be thinking of Redknapp or carragher, or any former liverpool player basically. Neville has talked the most sense of anyone on sky in my opinionGary Neville has proven what an actual twat he is throughout this pandemic. All he cares about is football's return. He's completely dissociated himself from what's going on with normal people.
Not necessarily, all depends on what happens with Man City's appeal. If it is heard and overturned then yes both Arsenal and Spurs would miss Europe.If they use the same method in England, Spurs and Arsenal will miss out on Europe all together.
I think it's a nightmare scenario to be fair. Either outcome will upset people. If players are forced to play they could press for legal action. If teams aren't rewarded for what they did this season they could too. If teams are rewarded and other miss out... Every situation is going to upset people. The only situation that wouldn't would be to resume the season next year but I hope that's not the case.At least 3 French teams have launched/are going to be launching legal proceedings about the outcome of the season, they only made the decision a few hours ago, opens up a whole can of worms
I like this idea and as the round of 16 wasn’t completed they should start that from the beginning againI think there will be but with certain criteria. Or they may even resume this seasons competitions next season (in the new year).
If they did cancel it then it would resolve the issue though. It would mean we start again next season to qualify over a complete season.
Lyon have begun legal proceedingsParis Saint-Germain have been awarded the Ligue 1 title after the season was ended amid the coronavirus pandemic.www.skysports.com
PSG, who have now won their seventh French title in the last eight years, held a 12-point lead over second-placed Marseille when the season was suspended in March.
The French Professional Football League (LFP) ratified the decision at a meeting on Thursday, two days after French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe suspended sport in the country until at least September.
A points-per-game system, taking into account the performance of clubs in the matches already played, was used to determine the final standings in the Ligue 1 table.
Marseille have qualified directly for the Champions League while third-place Rennes will enter the qualifying rounds, with Toulouse and Amiens relegated.
End it all - Life or just the season?Just listening to radio 5 live and they are talking about what is needed to even train. My goodness it sounds such a ball ache. Players will be up in arms about it. Clubs are concerned players will sue if they get ill. It just sounds so much easier to end it all.