Football has been thrown into chaos amid the cornonavirus outbreak, with a number of key decisions due to be made on Europe’s major competitions over a series of conference calls
It is the meeting which will decide the future of football.
UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin will chair a video conference meeting to try and find a way forward for the domestic leagues, the Champions League and internationals.
They will have three separate conference calls with the European Club Association which looks after almost 250 clubs, including all of the Premier League big guns like Liverpool, Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea and Arsenal and the European Leagues organisation.
There will be a call with the 55 member associations including the English Football Association, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. FA chief executive Mark Bullingham is on the call.
FIFPro, the world player’s union, represented by the PFA’s Bobby Barnes, will be on the calls with the ECA, European Leagues and the FAs to put forward the players’ views. Continue reading