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The Premier League’s Project Restart plan aims to restart the season in June and end in July.
The Premier League plan to use neutral grounds for the remaining 92 fixtures, but six clubs are reportedly not in support of the proposed plans.
Brighton chief executive Paul Barber, is among those not in support, and former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand believes that the proposed plan is fair enough, and that the Premier League cannot please everyone.
“The Premier League are in a position where they’re not going to please everybody. There are going to be people whose noses are put out of joint,” said Ferdinand.
“Teams in the relegation zone (will be) saying ‘we were relying on our home form with the backing of our fans to make sure that we remain in this league’, which you can understand.
“But we’re in uncharted territory and we’ve never been here before so to expect that the Premier League and the FA are going to have an absolute resolution for this that’s going to suit all parties would be very, very naive.
“People are going to feel at a disadvantage if certain decisions are made but I don’t think the Premier League can have a wholehearted 100 per cent win on this no matter what decision they make, which is unfortunate.”