Time is healing all it seems and more confidence is being shown by UEFA and those making the decisions in football. Restart dates are becoming clearer, as well as dates for finals of the Champions League.
Positivity is setting the mood around some parts of the world but still many things to discuss as and precautions to be taken. The one given, we will definitely see an end to the unfinished business of 2019-2020.
Now just an arrangement on what date would be safe enough to come out and play is all that matter. Leagues are still hesitant about when they will return but stand firm on wrapping up respective campaign behind closed doors.
The Scottish have exercised the decision to end the Championship, League One and League Two, a few days ago. Germany is the country ambitious enough to set a return date ahead of the others. They look at restoring order by April 30 or May 2. Ambitious but still insecure.
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The Premier League clubs have all agreed they’re committed to finishing the term. There will be a fat lady and she will sing. You must believe it!
If you are a Liverpool fan, lockdown or stay at home orders feel like an extended winter break and that 30-year wait has just been increased by a few more months for dramatic effect and extreme party behaviour.aaaaaaa
So far they (EPL) are far from setting a date as all dates remain “tentative”. However, they feel strongly about a final date of June 30, which is looking like the ultimate goal for the English league.
Champions League finals
At this point in their talks, the priority was handed to the domestic leagues with cups following after. With this being said, it’s only understandable that August 29 is the set date for the Champions League’s last and the curtain call for the 2019-2020 season.
"European football’s governing body will meet on 23 April for more discussions about how to complete a campaign which has been disrupted by coronavirus. It is likely one decision will be to agree that leagues could finish early, although only with Uefa’s approval.But the idea is still to finish the season as a whole at the end of August, with all outstanding games played. That would mean the Champions League final taking place in Istanbul on 29 August, with the Europa League final in Gdansk three days earlier. (Via: BBC Sports)"
This is that good news
This is that good news we need to encourage us to start looking forward to what’s next. Watching the world pitch in together and help those most in need is something that was needed to restore our faith in humanity.
Now just for us to work past the difficulty and finish what we started, and then begin the new chapter in human history.