Which is fairer? Coronavirus implications

Edit: Now this has happened, making this more visible for discussion of what happens next.

Assuming that all football is postponed/cancelled within the next week or so, I still can't decide what the fairest approach is.

Do we ignore this season and pretend it didn't happen?

Sir Jimmy

Tottenham set to turn to Arsenal legend Steve Morrow in search for new academy chief

Morrow is in the frame to replace John McDermott who left his role as Tottenham’s head of academy coaching and player development to join the FA as assistant technical director.

Source: Daily Mirror

Harry announces #PlayersTogether to help the NHS

The England captain posted an image with all the details on how Premier League players would be contributing to the National Health Service to help deal with the current viral outbreak.

Source: This Is Futbol

Premier League 'to cancel season' claims club chief amid coronavirus crisis

A director of Udinese - the Italian club owned by Watford - has claimed the Premier League will announce the season is to be cancelled amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic

Source: Daily Mirror

What Tottenham's defence could look like next season

When the next season does eventually arrive Tottenham Hotspur are likely to require a defensive reshuffle. It's no secret that Jose Mourinho has failed to get to grips with the back line at Spurs with clean sheets a rarity since his arrival in November.

Source: Football London

Sanchez and Sessegnon filmed running together in lockdown rule breach

A number of football players have been caught breaking Government coronavirus guidelines during lockdown, and Tottenham's Davinson Sanchez and Ryan Sessegnon are the latest to be caught out.

Source: Daily Star

Spurs' Son set for chemical warfare training in South Korea

Tottenham Hotspur striker Son Heung-min will be exposed to tear gas, undertake live-fire drills and go on a 30km loaded march during three weeks of intense military training in South Korea this month.

Source: Reuters

Spurs fans call on club to copy Liverpool U-turn on taxpayer support

Tottenham have come under pressure from fans to follow Liverpool in reversing their decision to use public money to pay employees during the coronavirus pandemic.

Source: RTE

Tottenham stand to lose £83m after £400m+ announcement

Tottenham stand to lose £83million if the season is voided. The club recently announced their turnover had soared to £461million for the year ending 30 June 2019 with a pre-tax profit of £87.3m secured.

Source: Football Insider

Serge Aurier suggests he wants to play for PSG again

Tottenham Hotspur defender Serge Aurier has suggested that he wishes to play for French champions Paris Saint-Germain in the future.

Source: Sports Lens

Jose makes Tanguy Ndombele decision

Jose Mourinho will give Tottenham flop Tanguy Ndombele a second chance to show he can cut it in the Premier League. Spurs’ record £65million buy from Lyon has disappointed during his opening injury-hit season in England, scoring only two goals In 19 league appearances.

Source: Daily Star