Premier League clubs want rid of pay-per-view during English lockdown


Font, 48, claimed that if he wins the vote he will seek to bring Guardiola back as head coach, get other big-name ex-players involved, and ensure Argentina global Messi stays.

"All the leagues - Germany, Spain - have five substitutions to protect the players, not to protect one team".

Despite the thousands boycotting the service, Premier League clubs had initially agreed to retain the £14.95 price until after the global break, when it would be assessed once again based on viewing figures.

"Why all around the world is it happening but here, which is the more demanding for many reasons, we can not protect the players?"

However, City's failure to kill off the game gave Chris Wilder's men chances to snatch an unlikely point.

But Sheffield have still scored just three goals in seven games to start the season and remain second bottom on just one point.

The sporting directors, the presidents, the chairmen - who are they to decide this? It makes no sense.

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Sir Alex Ferguson who signed Ronaldo from Sporting Lisbon in 2003 has insisted that has all it takes to play for any club and still score a hat-trick. Intelligent people adjust to the situation in the world - football is about the players.

Chelsea cruised to a 3-0 scoreline at winless Burnley while City edged Sheffield United 1-0 away with full back Kyle Walker scoring against his former club.

'Because it's not fair for half of the population doing what we have to do and the Prime Minister says this, and the rest of the people do whatever they want.

Some Liverpool fans think that Aguero will be fit for the game against City and believe that Guadiola is playing mind games.

There was another reason the Manchester City right back didn't celebrate his victor at Bramall Lane. Their position in the table is another example of how odd our world is right now.

Before departing, he made some headway into cutting the wage bill by handing out new contracts to four first-team stars - Gerard Pique, Clement Lenglet, Frenkie de Jong and Marc-Andre ter Stegen - all of which included temporary salary changes.