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Leeds United: Fans fume after Graham Smyth tweet

Leeds United: Fans fume after Graham Smyth tweet - Leeds United

Yorkshire Evening Post’s chief football writer Graham Smyth has opened up about the potential legal battles that could lie ahead for the Premier League and Championship.

The outcome of England’s first and second divisions is yet to be known with various claims about the potential return of the former in discussion over the last few days.

Premier League officials, club captains and board members are said to be meeting via a video link on Wednesday afternoon to discuss ‘Project Restart’, whilst clubs in the Championship are still waiting for some clarification over whether or not the 2019/2020 season will resume from the EFL.

With such discussions and debate taking place, former Manchester United defender Gary Neville and Norwich City director Stuart Webber spoke on Sky Sports’ The Football Show via Sporting Life, about a potential appeal from some teams in the Premier League if the likes of Leeds and West Bromwich Albion gain promotion through a points-per-game system.

The comments made by Webber over his side’s stance on the matter have caused further debate, prompting Smyth to share a latest article on the potential appeals and problems that could come about if the season is not finished on the pitch.

Reacting to Smyth’s latest article which he shared via Twitter, fans gave their opinion….

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