Tottenham learn when fans could be allowed into stadiums
According to a report from Football.london, Tottenham and other football clubs have been told that fans could be allowed back into stadiums from October.
Premier League football has been suspended since March due to the coronavirus crisis. Plans are afoot to resume action in June, but matches will most likely be played behind closed doors. (h/t Football.london)
The Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, is scheduled to address the country on a five-point, six-month plan to get the United Kingdom out of lockdown. It is widely expected that the lockdown measures will be lifted when Johnson addresses the country. (h/t Football.london)
This ought to come as a major boost for Tottenham and other clubs alike, as revenue has been affected due to the lack of matchday income.
The new plans, which will allow unlimited exercise, should come into force from Monday. But they will be subject to change depending on how the county’s health responds post to the relaxed lockdown guidelines. (h/t Football.london)
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The Premier League will meet with all the clubs and other stakeholders on Monday to discuss the next plan of action after Johnson’s addressing. (h/t Football.london)
When the Premier League was suspended our club was eighth in the table. Seven points separate us from fourth-placed Chelsea. There are still nine matches to be played in the season. With most of our injured players returning, we have a good chance of making the push for a top-four finish.