Gary Neville called it “inconceivable” that football will start again before June with growing concerns about the restart of the Premier League. There has been no high-level football in England since Leicester’s 4-0 victory over Aston Villa earlier this month.

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The Premier League initially suspended all games until at least April 3, but that date has already been extended to April 30. There is hope from all top leagues across Europe to finish the season by June 30. With the European Championships and the Olympic Games postponed to 2021, the football organizations are impatient to end the current season.

This will be good news for Liverpool, who hope to end the current campaign as they only need six points to clinch their first title in 30 years. However, this will depend on the improvement of the coronavirus pandemic in the coming weeks. Prime Minister Boris Johnson recently implemented lockdowns and Neville believes it means it will take some time before football is back into operation.

“I think right now it is unthinkable that football will come back for the next three to four months because we have just been essentially put on a … lockout,” Neville told CNN.

Football will not return because all the capitals necessary for the process of a football ground, which require the police and ambulance services, will not be available in the coming months. They will be in hospitals and care, in the homes that care for the sick and those who need it most.

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It has been suggested that matches will be played behind closed doors when the season resumes. But Neville doesn’t think it would be the best solution. There are a lot of things to happen before you consider going on camera. I told no to this about three or four weeks ago because I felt it was taking away the spirit of football.

I am also imaginary that EFL clubs and non-league clubs would suffer too much from the loss of income and that it would subjugate them. For the moment, the idea behind closed doors should only come after the importance of health. Will the fans show up outside the ground? Will the fans get composed outside the stadium if their team can be promoted or relegated, or if they can enter Europe?

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