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newsfootball9 days ago

Premier League investing in methods to help get fans back in stadiums, reveals Richard Masters

Premier League chief Richard Masters has confirmed that the league is looking into methods to try and get fans back into stadiums in the near future. The 2019/20 Premier League was forced to finish the final ten games of the season behind closed doors due to that being the norm across Europe.
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newsfootballa month ago

Premier League has contingencies to deal with situations like Leicester, admits Richard Masters

Premier League chief executive Richard Masters has confirmed that the league has created contingency plans to deal with situations like what Leicester are dealing with. An increase in the number of coronavirus cases has seen the city impose stricter lockdown measures which could affect the Foxes.
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newsfootball2 months ago

Nice to think about but we’re not Premier League champions yet, gushes Jurgen Klopp

With the Premier League set to restart play after a two-month break, Jurgen Klopp has admitted that he is looking forward to getting back to playing football but his side aren’t Champions yet. The Reds have been phenomenal this season with only one loss in the Premier League before it was suspended.
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newsfootball2 months ago

No one knows when matches will move away from closed doors model, confesses Richard Masters

Premier League chief executive Richard Masters has admitted that while nobody knows when fans will be allowed back into stadiums again, the Premier League hopes that it will be from next season. The English top tier are set to resume action by June 17 with games to be played behind closed doors.
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newsfootball3 months ago

Wouldn’t have started training if we weren’t convinced about safe environment, admits Richard Masters

Premier League chief executive Richard Masters has revealed that the league would have never restarted training if they weren’t convinced that they’ve created a safe environment for clubs. The English top tier restarted training earlier this week with them looking to resume play by mid-June.
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newsfootball3 months ago

Aiming to finish season by July and start next season by August or September, claims Richard Masters

The Premier League has pencilled in a June 12 return date and Chief executive Richard Masters has revealed that their aim is to finish this season by July and start a new one by September. Players have already started training from this week with them looking to resume play as soon as possible.
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newsfootball3 months ago

Reports | Premier League clubs face prospect of returning £340 million in TV money

All 20 Premier League clubs have been reportedly told that they could have to return upto £340 million in TV revenue even if the season resumes in the near future. With the Bundesliga set to become the first major European league to resume action, the Premier League and the La Liga are close behind.
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newsfootball3 months ago

Aim to finish league season but we’ve discussed cancelling season, confesses Richard Masters

The Premier League’s chief executive Richard Masters has admitted that while their aim is to finish the 2019/20 league season, discussions about cancelling it have taken place. The English football pyramid has been on lockdown since March 13th after Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta tested positive.
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newsfootball6 months ago

Premier League will move to an OTT service eventually, admits Richard Masters

Premier League CEO Richard Masters has confirmed that eventually, the league will move to a Netflix like streaming service. At the moment it is being directly broadcasted via a variety of services from Sky Sports, Star Sports to even Amazon Prime but the new method could benefit both fans and clubs.
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newsfootball6 months ago

Premier League clubs vote for a longer summer transfer window

At a Shareholders’ meeting today, Premier League clubs have voted to move the summer transfer window deadline back to the traditional date. Premier League clubs voted in favour of bringing the window forward in 2018 to before the start of the season but the move has come under immense scrutiny.
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