Coronavirus Premier League could play halves less than 45 minutes PFA chief – ESPN

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Coronavirus Premier League could play halves less than 45 minutes PFA chief – ESPN

The Premier League is considering playing halves less than 45 minutes long when football returns from the coronavirus pandemic, according to Professional Footballers’ Association chief executive Gordon Taylor.

Following a video conference involving all 20 Premier League clubs last week, the determination to complete the season, which has been suspended since March 13, was re-stated by the league.

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Sources have told ESPN that the season will be concluded behind closed doors at neutral venues and Taylor has suggested that league matches could be shortened.

“I’m talking about protocol that’s coming out, I’m talking about the future,” he told BBC Radio 4.”We don’t know the future, what we do know is what propositions have been put forward and ideas.

“More subs, games possibly not being full 45 minutes each way, neutral stadiums, there’s lots of things put forward.

“We’re trying
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