The Premier League 2020 will face litigation and the possibility of losing billions of pounds if this year’s season is canceled.
Getting 14 clubs voting means the tournament will be canceled.
The Covid-19 epidemic caused the Premier League 2020 to postpone the competition and there are growing concerns that the Premier League canceled as it fails to play through the remaining rounds. Premier League clubs will have a meeting soon to decide on this and as information has been given, if there are 14 clubs voting in favor then the tournament will be canceled.
However, things are not as simple as that. The leaders of the English Football Federation (FA) and the Premier League organizers are waiting for the situation from the emergency meeting between UEFA members to decide whether to hold Euro 2020 as expected. There have been suggestions that the Euro would rather be moved to 2021 rather than as scheduled or back in December.
What if the Euro is postponed?
If the Euro is postponed then the summer will have a sizable space for European leagues and European leagues to continue, and that will give Premier League organizers a chance to continue to kick the remaining rounds. If canceled, they will face lawsuits related to television rights and other contracts.
Not only that, the Premier League side has recently received a warning from the Championship clubs. If fans in other countries are mainly concerned about how Liverpool will win the championship and the European Cup qualification, the 3 relegation positions are equally important and if canceled, the 3 clubs in the group. “Red light” will be relegated.
If that happens, chances are that lower divisions of English football must follow. Championship clubs will suffer a lot, a promotion to the Premier League 2020 could bring them up to £ 120 million.
The Times (UK) said that the top 6 clubs in the Championship rankings have prepared legal documents to sue the Premier League if the organizers of the Premier League canceled and turned down the results. Those six clubs are Leeds United, West Brom, Fulham, Brentford, Nottingham Forest, and Preston North End, and not to mention some of the clubs behind them but still have the opportunity to join the playoff group can also participate in the lawsuit.
The source said the six clubs will be hoping to find support from other Championship teams in an online meeting that will take place today 17/3, that they will claim billions of pounds from the Premier League if sued. chanting occurred. Worth mentioning is that even some Premier League clubs are considering to support them, most notably Leicester City, which has surprised this season when reaching the top 4.
So the Premier League 2020 is facing two possible sues, one is from TV rights buyers and the other is from Championship teams and some Premier League teams. Premier League canceled means that the tournament will be an extremely difficult decision, kicking through the summer is now the most favored solution.
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