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Premier League clubs remain committed to finishing the 2019-20 season

Premier League clubs remain committed to finishing the 2019-20 season… but the June 30 cut-off date was NOT discussed during a top-flight meeting on Friday

  • Premier League stakeholders held their latest meeting on Friday
  • The season has been suspended since early March due to coronavirus crisis 
  • Some sides arrived looking to install a June 30 cut-off date for the campaign 
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The issue of finishing the Premier League season by June 30 to avoid contract and sponsorship disputes was not raised when top-flight clubs met on Friday.

Clubs looked at various models for a resumption of action, all with dates attached. 

The dates are purely hypothetical until such time as Government advice changes, with the country currently in lockdown until May 7 at the earliest to limit the spread of coronavirus. 

Liverpool were on the brink of the Premier League title when the season was suspended 

Manchester United and Manchester City were among the sides who do not want a cut-off date

Manchester United and Manchester City were among the sides who do not want a cut-off date

Spurs chairman Daniel Levy and Liverpool owner John Henry want the season completed

Spurs chairman Daniel Levy and…