Premier League could resume before virus restrictions are lifted – Southampton chief

Martin Semmens is Southampton FC’s chief executiveSouthampton’s chief executive has suggested Premier League matches could be on television every day while people are still confined to their homes because of the coronavirus outbreak.Martin Semmens says the return of the top flight – currently suspended until at least 30 April – would be “a sign that…

Premier League could resume before virus restrictions are lifted – Southampton chief

Martin Semmens is Southampton FC’s chief executiveSouthampton’s chief executive has suggested Premier League matches could be on television every day while people are still confined to their homes because of the coronavirus outbreak.Martin Semmens says the return of the top flight – currently suspended until at least 30 April – would be “a sign that…

Coronavirus: Premier League season could still be void, says Bournemouth defender Simon Francis

Bournemouth captain Simon Francis is out of contract with the Cherries on 30 JuneBournemouth captain Simon Francis fears the Premier League season could still be declared “null and void” despite the campaign being extended indefinitely.The Football Association has agreed to extend the deadline to complete this season beyond 1 June.”The season being null and void…

Coronavirus: Premier League season could still be void, says Bournemouth defender Simon Francis

Bournemouth captain Simon Francis is out of contract with the Cherries on 30 JuneBournemouth captain Simon Francis fears the Premier League season could still be declared “null and void” despite the campaign being extended indefinitely.The Football Association has agreed to extend the deadline to complete this season beyond 1 June.”The season being null and void…

Coronavirus: Premier League season could still be void, says Bournemouth defender Simon Francis

Bournemouth captain Simon Francis is out of contract with the Cherries on 30 JuneBournemouth captain Simon Francis fears the Premier League season could still be declared “null and void” despite the campaign being extended indefinitely.The Football Association has agreed to extend the deadline to complete this season beyond 1 June.”The season being null and void…

Coronavirus: Premier League set to push to complete the season

All Premier League matches have been postponed until 3 April at the earliestThe Premier League is expected to reiterate its commitment to completing the season in Thursday’s emergency board meeting held via conference call.All games have been postponed until at least 4 April because of coronavirus.But with the pandemic set to continue much longer than…

Premier Golf League in doubt as Brooks Koepka and Jon Rahm commit to PGA Tour

World number two John Rahm has joined Brooks Koepka and Rory McIlroy in turning down the chance to compete in the Premier Golf LeagueBrooks Koepka and Jon Rahm delivered the only good news available to golf’s bosses who are trying to run a game mired in coronavirus chaos.Amid the fallout from tournament cancellations and postponements,…

Coronavirus: Premier League Hall of Fame ceremony cancelled

Former Arsenal striker Thierry Henry is among the favourites for induction into the Premier League Hall of FameThe inaugural Premier League Hall of Fame ceremony has been cancelled because of the coronavirus outbreak.Two players were set to be inducted at Thursday’s event in London and a shortlist of nominees for future inclusion, voted for by…

Coronavirus: Premier League and EFL suspended until 3 April at earliest

Some fans have been seen wearing protective masks at Premier League fixturesElite football in Britain has been suspended until at least 3 April as a result of the spread of coronavirus. All games in England’s Premier League, EFL, FA Women’s Super League and Women’s Championship are postponed.The Premier League said play will start on 4…

Coronavirus and Premier League: Key questions about what lies ahead

Fans wear disposable face masks prior to the Premier League match between Burnley and Tottenham at Turf MoorBritish sport remains open for business – but it seems to be just a matter of time before the need to protect the public from the coronavirus outbreak causes major disruption to the Premier League.Until government advice changes,…