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Premier League clubs including Liverpool and Man Utd amend season ticket plans

Premier League clubs have started announcing new plans for 2020-21 season tickets

 

The Premier League football season should be nearing its end and fans are normally digging into their pockets to fund next year's season ticket.

Next season will, after all, be the one when your team plays free-flowing football and wins a quadruple.

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Coronavirus: Uefa update due on Tuesday on plans to finish season

Leicester's 4-0 win over Aston Villa on 9 March was the last game played in the Premier League before the suspension



Uefa will provide an update on plans to finish the 2019-20 season to all its 55 national associations at a video conference on Tuesday.

European football's governing body hopes to end the campaign in August, although with every league bar Belarus still suspended there are doubts over whether that deadline can be met.

Read more: Coronavirus: Uefa update due on Tuesday on plans to finish season

Coronavirus: Liverpool v Atletico Madrid virus link an 'interesting hypothesis'

More than 52,000 fans watched as Liverpool lost 3-2 to Atletico Madrid at Anfield on 11 March, a result that sealed the holders' elimination from the competition



Speculation over a possible link between coronavirus cases in Liverpool and the club's Champions League match with Atletico Madrid last month is an "interesting hypothesis", a scientific adviser to the UK government has said.

Some coronavirus deaths in Liverpool have been blamed on the 11 March match at Anfield, which was attended by more than 52,000 people, including 3,000 from Madrid, where a partial lockdown was already in force.

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Coronavirus: Arsenal players and coaches take 12.5% cut to wages

Arsenal's players will receive some of the money back if they hit targets on the pitch



Arsenal's first-team players and head coach Mikel Arteta have agreed a pay cut to help with the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

The Premier League club said the "voluntary agreement" sees those involved have their annual earnings reduced by 12.5%.

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