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The Premier League season has been suspended until April 4, as the league was to hold game week 30 during the weekend.
The big question mark this season is what will happen to the rest of the season, and there are many theories people are proposing to the season.
Former Liverpool defender Phil Thompson admits that this is a big issue and also doesn’t buy the idea of playing behind closed doors.
“I think [the Premier League are] just giving themselves breathing time and it’s very difficult to see it get up and running then,” Thompson told Sky Sports.
“They’ll be having meetings and every day it will change. I’m watching Sky News every day and it’s changing by the hour. Things are changing all the time.
“Playing behind closed doors is a contentious issue. I believe football is nothing without the fans, it’s a fans game and I like to think it could resume and the fixtures will be completed.
“As Jurgen Klopp said there are bigger issues to be concerned about but it would be good to get the fixtures completed because there’s so many issues to be decided.”