The Latest on Project Restart and What It All Means for the 2019/20 EPL Season

Premier League Project Restart

We all know that we’re going to get Premier League football sooner rather than later but the details remain clouded in uncertainty. The league’s plan of resuming action gave hope to the millions of EPL fans around the world but for everyone that looked beyond the surface, Project Restart did have several glaring holes that made its implementation hard, to say the least. In this piece, I look at what the latest developments around rebooting the league are and share my thoughts on how it may affect the key battles…

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What Is the Premier League’s Project Restart About and Will It Work?

Premier League’s Project Restart

It looks like we’re edging closer and closer to the return of football in Europe. A bunch of clubs are already gathering their players for training sessions and the Premier League has put a plan in motion which could bring the season to an end. Details are still scarce but we do have enough information to get an idea of what the intentions are. In this article, I highlight the key aspects of what has been dubbed as “Project Restart” and share my opinion on whether the plan can work…

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Football fans are split on the FA’s latest rule change

Starting from next season, teams will be allowed to use a fourth substitute in extra-time in this season’s FA Cup from the quarter-final stage, according to the BBC. On Twitter, a bunch of football fans opposed the new rule: EFL Trophy with academy sides in it and a fourth sub for ET in latter stages of cup competitions… Destroying English football! — Lorch (@Lorch_tlg) 27 juli 2016 fourth sub allowed in fa cup ? geez what next drop back goalies — darren ferla (@dferla73) 27 juli 2016 Fourth sub in extra…

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FA chief rejects calls for England to host 2018 or 2022 World Cup

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The chief executive of the Football Association, Martin Glenn, has revealed that despite the recent events that have blighted FIFA, England do not intend to make a bid to host either the 2018 or 2022 World Cup. According to the Daily Star, the corruption allegations that have engulfed football’s governing body could see the tournaments taken away from Russia and Qatar, who were both awarded the right to host the respective competitions in 2010. Seven officials have already been arrested on corruption allegations, and recently re-elected president Sepp Blatter stepped…

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