This post made me think that we haven't spent enough time discussing the potential ramifications of covid-19 and the football suspension on teams in English football from a financial perspective. While Liverpool letting their biggest opportunity to win the Premier League in 30 years slip because of a virus from is hilarious, less hilarious will be the effect on teams in the Football League. I fear we could see something similar to what happened with ITV digital in the early 2000s. Many football clubs will struggle with the lack of revenue from 3 weeks on inactivity and if carries on even longer then the problems only gets worse.Yeah exactly. The majority of the stuff i've seen from a few journalists, is whether Liverpool will win the league. And saying that the season should go ahead because they deserve to win it, etc. It must go ahead for them. Feck off. Even putting aside all the deaths and just concentrating on the football aspect, there's way more consequential ramifications for loads of teams in he English division and how they're going to come out of this, and not just whether the scousers get to raise a fecking trophy in the end.
They're obsessed with them in the media
I don't know which clubs are struggling to make ends meet but stories like Bury's and Bolton's could repeat themselves in the next few years.
Does football have a responsibility to save these clubs and what do you think will happen?