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Leeds United: Fans react as some Premier League clubs oppose neutral venue proposal

Leeds United: Fans react as some Premier League clubs oppose neutral venue proposal - Championship

Many Leeds United fans have reacted to a tweet from The Athletic journalist Phil Hay on a report claiming Premier League clubs are keen to play behind closed doors if relegation is removed.

Marcelo Bielsa’s side sit top of the Championship table as things stand, with automatic promotion to the Premier League very much on the cards. With a suspension in football due to the coronavirus pandemic, fans of the Whites are eagerly anticipating football’s return, but the absence of a decision on whether or not the Championship with resume has cast some doubt on the outcome of the season.

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Aside from England’s second tier, the Premier League are also looking at a return, but claims about a potential to play behind closed doors is now causing further claims that the relegation-threatened sides would be open to that decision if relegation was removed (as per BBC). Top-flight clubs are said to have been told that using up to 10 neutral stadia will be the only way to conclude the 2019/20 season, and the likes of Aston Villa, West Ham United and Brighton are keen for that to go ahead if relegation to the Championship was removed from the equation.

Reacting to Hay’s tweet, these Leeds fans gave their views on the latest report…

Leeds fans, what have you made of the apparent conduct of some Premier League clubs? Share your views in the comments section below! 


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