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Goalgoalabc

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  1. Goalgoalabc

    Coronavirus and Football

    >>I don't think all teams will agree this proposal as Dutch and French have suspended their league https://fansided.com/2020/05/20/uefa-president-confident-champions-league-resume/ After months without soccer, the Bundesliga’s return to action this weekend has sparked hope for many European soccer fans. Following the successful first round of matches in Germany, England’s Premier League resumed small-group training this week and is eying a return to competition as early as mid-June. UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin jumped on the bandwagon on Wednesday, suggesting that the Champions League will be finished by the end of August. But is he being too optimistic? “Our plan is to finish between now and the end of August,” Ceferin said. “I think that will work. You never know what’s going to happen but things seem to be calming down.” UEFA suspended Champions League and Europa League in mid-March, when both leagues were in the process of wrapping up the Round-of-16. He expects the domestic leagues to finish their seasons and then begin playing in the European competitions in early August. “Eighty percent of European leagues are going to restart,” Ceferin said. “I don’t see why the Champions League and Europa League shouldn’t take place.” La Liga is hoping to resume matches in the coming weeks and finish their season by the end of July. Serie A will be voting on May 28 to decide whether or not they will resume the 2020 season. Meanwhile, Ligue 1 decided not to finish their season and Paris Saint-Germain were given the title. While many fans are eager for soccer to return, safety risks still loom and questions remain unanswered. Watford Captain Troy Deeney has been vocal in expressing his concerns about finishing the Premier League season. And in the first round of testing, six people from Premier League clubs tested positive for the virus. Ceferin does not seem as concerned as some of the players. “I don’t think that this virus will last forever,” Ceferin said. “I don’t like this apocalyptic view that we have to wait for the second or third waves or even a fifth wave.” The UEFA President also stated that he does not believe the sport will change in any profound way after teams return. “Football didn’t change after the Second World War, or the First World War,” Ceferin said. “And it will not change because of a virus either.”
  2. Goalgoalabc

    Coronavirus & The Premier League

    Supposed they didn't have any contact with their teammates and the virus should not be spread out?
  3. Seems this is hard to break Shearer's record as no player will stay at Premier League for more than 10-year
  4. https://youtu.be/cwG0KzEsow0 Everyone should know Liverpool would be ranked as number 1 right now. But who can guess Aston Villa, Sunderland, Everton have been ranking as number 1 in some years PS. Manchester United is still far away to become Number 1
  5. Goalgoalabc

    Coronavirus & The Premier League

    Yes, agree, I think I misunderstand what you say
  6. Oh, seems that's same in HK Nobody trust the news which is sourced from Sun.
  7. Goalgoalabc

    Hello everyone

    In fact, i plan to go to the Manchester during the first half of 2021. But don't think this will come true right now
  8. Goalgoalabc

    Hello everyone

    Thanks for everyone
  9. Angel Gomes may leave https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/11630753/utds-sancho-transfer-gomes-discouraged/
  10. Goalgoalabc

    Hello everyone

    HI everyone, I come from Hong Kong and is a fan of Manchester United for over 20 years. The reason I want to join this forum is to see the view of the local fans (any different from Hong Kong fans?)
  11. Goalgoalabc

    Coronavirus & The Premier League

    Nice to meet you here
  12. Goalgoalabc

    Coronavirus & The Premier League

    "The Premier League clubs hope it will be at their own stadiums" I think this is impossible Attached below the original news Premier League 'Project Restart' Q&A: We answer some of the key questions https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/52676024
  13. The Premier League still have chance to be cancelled so no team could be ranked as number 1