Tottenham have lined up additional events to take place in June
Tottenham face a race against time to finish their remaining home fixtures this season.
The Premier League suspended the competition over the coronavirus pandemic, and no football is expected till 4 April.
However, this is a problem for Spurs and West Ham, according to the Sun. Spurs host the Anthony Joshua vs Kubrat Pulev fight on 4th June.
Premier League matches could continue during that time and that could play havoc with the planning of the non-football events.
The report adds that Guns N’Roses have two dates, 29 and 30 May, for shows at the New Tottenham Stadium. West Ham also face similar problems, with Major League Baseball games planned on 13th June.
The report adds that it is highly possible that the season won’t restart for months. The UK has been hit hard by the coronavirus and it is essential for things to get better before any other mass gathering of people can take place.
Although Spurs have other events lined up, it will be interesting to see if any of them can take place.
Even June might be too soon for a large crowd to meet up for an event and hopefully, things get better soon all around the world.
Other sports also hit hard
Football isn’t the only sport that has been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic.
Formula One, Cricket, Rugby, Tennis, Golf and Basketball have all called off competitions across the world.
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