Reliable West Ham insider ExWHUemployee has claimed that the majority of Premier League chairman are in favour of the remainder of the season being played behind closed doors.
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The Hammers haven’t played a game since March 7th due to the ongoing global health crisis.
As things stand, there isn’t a return date pencilled in yet for Premier League action.
And some leagues, including Ligue 1 and the Eredivisie have already taken the drastic measure of cancelling their respective league competitions.
Some feel that too much money could be lost if the Premier League were to take that action, however.
And there are some who feel that peoples’ lives should take precedent over money. In truth, the latter is clearly the most morally decent viewpoint.
ExWHUemployee has claimed that most Premier League chairman want the campaign played out to its completion, however, even if that means playing games behind closed doors:
That’s what most chairman want to do yes they feel too much money will be lost if not https://t.co/q6loafv1iO
— ExWHUemployee (@ExWHUemployee) May 1, 2020
West Ham are currently in real trouble. And if the Premier League season does resume, David Moyes has a massive task on his hands if he is to guide his side away from relegation trouble.
Perhaps rendering the season null and void would suit the Hammers.
But it would hardly be fair to the likes of Liverpool at the top of the table and Aston Villa and Bournemouth near the bottom.
What’s more important, however? Money or players’ safety?
The answer should be fairly obvious.