Premier League restart date to be pushed back

Premier League restart date, 30th April, to be pushed back, due to Coronavirus. A further date will be decided after all the clubs meet via video.

Premier League restart date has been pushed back from the 30th of April 2020 sometime in May or later, due to the global pandemic of Coronavirus. While the whole world is practicing social-distancing, self-isolation and observing quarantine

The 20 Premier League Clubs have decided to conduct a meeting via video conference to discuss the current situation and work around that accordingly. It is accepted by all that there might be no hope for professional games to be played immediately after the 30th April deadline.

The Premier League Clubs may shut down the league for an indefinite date, following France and Spain. Italy has talked of Serie A return in late May, but that seems optimistic.

Pushing the date would permit Premier League clubs the opportunity to offer their arenas and clinical staff to the National Health Service, realizing they would not be required temporarily.

Should France, Italy or Spain close their leagues down for the season, far-reaching consequences for the game given, together with England, 16 out of the 28 groups staying in the Champions or Europa Leagues originate from one of those four nations.

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