Premier League and EFL suspended until April 3

Tweet The Premier League and EFL have postponed all matches until April 3, due to coronavirus concerns following an emergency meeting Friday morning. The news comes after an emergency meeting between senior officials from each Premier League club was called following the news of Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta and Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi testing positive for the virus last night. The Premier League becomes the latest league to be suspended after Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta and Chelsea player Callum Hudson-Odoi test positive for the coronavirus pic.twitter.com/I1CuhhtZLQ — Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport)…

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How coronavirus has thrown football into chaos

The start of the new decade has been one for concern with the outbreak of the coronavirus dominating the headlines daily. Samuel Brady explains what impact this has had on the footballing world and what impact it could have for Euro 2020.

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Former Premier League official Matt Messias thinks referees wearing microphones is VAR from the answer to technology troubles

Matt Messias thinks refs should not be heard talking to players on live broadcasts

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Are Ipswich Town as good as the League One table suggests?

Tweet Ipswich Town have enjoyed a brilliant start to their first third-tier campaign since 1957. After eleven matches they sit at the top of League One with a game in hand over second-placed Wycombe Wanderers and their unbeaten record still intact. They are one of two teams in England’s top four divisions yet to be defeated in the league – current European champions Liverpool their company. A key factor behind this is the strength of the Blues’ defence. Paul Lambert learned from his side’s weekly defensive calamities during last season’s…

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