Premier League clubs will vote on proposals for a return to contact training on Wednesday.
Gary Neville is concerned about a looming financial “nightmare” for English Football League clubs while Stevenage have hit out at plans to follow through with relegation if the season is decided off the pitch.
Professional sport has nudged a further step closer to a resumption after the government published ‘stage two’ of its guidance which enables competitive and close-contact training.
Ross County chairman Roy MacGregor has called for Scottish football to come together to ensure the game survives the economic “tsunami” that lies ahead.
Huddersfield manager Danny Cowley admits Championship footballers have “fears and concerns” as they begin training on Monday and will not put pressure on any of his players to return.
Bournemouth have announced one of their players has tested positive for coronavirus.
Former FA chief executive Mark Palios has warned EFL clubs the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic could be even greater than the £200 million blow first feared.
Two more individuals connected to two unnamed Premier League clubs have tested positive for coronavirus.
Summer football will present a new challenge to some Premier League players and will require additional measures in order to succeed, according to Brighton chief executive Paul Barber.
Two individuals connected to two unnamed Premier League clubs have tested positive for coronavirus in the latest round of testing.
Lyon have again urged French President Emmanuel Macron to reconsider the decision to ban sporting events until September after Spain gave the green light for football to resume in June.
Scottish Football Association chief executive Ian Maxwell believes the game is likely to return in August.
Ross County chairman Roy MacGregor claims re-signing players simply to put them on furlough is “dishonest”.
Watford manager Nigel Pearson has revealed two more of his squad are in self-isolation after members of their family tested positive for coronavirus.
Lyon, Amiens and Toulouse have had their appeals against ending the Ligue 1 season early rejected by a French judge, according to the Ligue de Football Professionnel (LFP).
Dunfermline have released 17 players amid increasing uncertainty over whether lower-division football will take place in Scotland next season.
Concerns over an increased coronavirus mortality risk to players from black and other ethnic minority backgrounds will be raised to Government officials at a meeting on Friday.
Professional football in England has been suspended since March 13, and the road back to a restart is proving a difficult one for clubs at all levels to navigate.
Leeds chief executive Angus Kinnear has claimed it would be a “national embarrassment” if England’s top two divisions could not complete their seasons while major leagues across Europe return to action.
The Government must underwrite a new body to protect clubs in the English Football League from going under in the coronavirus pandemic, a new report says.