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?
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First three games starting in June confirmed

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Harry Kane now has the perfect teammate to lift him to even greater heights at Tottenham

The England captain has netted 17 goals in 25 games for the Lilywhites this season despite a lack of service from the players behind him.

Source: Football London

COVID-19 testing update

We have been informed by the Premier League that we have received one positive test for COVID-19 following the latest round of testing at our Training Centre.

Due to medical confidentiality, the individual’s name will not be disclosed.


Source: Official Site

Jose: Spurs must be ready to fight for points

Tottenham Hotspur manager Jose Mourinho wants his side to be ready to fight for points ahead of the Premier League season restart.

Source: Eurosport

Troy Parrott has appendix removed and will miss season restart

Parrott, 18, is now in recovery and will "return to training later in June", a club statement said.

BBC Football

Players talk about life under Jose Mourinho

The Tottenham head coach has had quite an impact on his players since replacing Mauricio Pochettino at the helm in November.

Source: Football London

Wanyama reveals Spurs blocked sensational Celtic transfer

Victor Wanyama has revealed Tottenham blocked a sensational return to Celtic. The Kenyan powerhouse had been on the Hoops' radar ever since Neil Lennon returned to the club.

Source: Scottish Sun

Coronavirus: Premier League receives six positive tests

The Premier League has confirmed it has received six positive tests for coronavirus from three clubs after the first phase of mass testing. A total of 748 tests have been carried out over the weekend and it is unclear whether they include players, non-playing staff or a combination of both.

Source: Sky Sports

Harry Kane willing and able to return once assurances are given

England captain Harry Kane says players are awaiting safety guidance from the Premier League before making their minds up about a possible return to competitive action next month.

Source: Irish Examiner

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