Clubs in League One and Two have voted in favour of squad salary caps, the English Football League announced on Friday....
In England, they have now started to talk about the definitive cancellation of League One and League Two, due to the impossibility of safely playing the rest of the matches because of COVID-19. They would follow the steps of the French leagues.
Colchester United announced that they will not resign 4 players whose contract ended due to the coronavirus.
Former Manchester United captain Gary Neville believes footballers should be trying to learn new skills during the game's coronavirus-enforced shutdown to prepare for a potential financial hit.
Clubs in the English Football League (EFL) agreed a deal with players' union the Professional Footballers' Association (PFA) on Tuesday for 25 percent of wages to be deferred in April.
With professional football suspended amid the coronavirus crisis, Gary Neville says it is too early to consider playing behind closed doors.
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