It feels like it’s been forever, but technicality it’s only been one day short of one month since the official suspension of the Premier League (and the Bundesliga, and many others). Sadly, unlike Easter celebrations, the prospect of a resurrection for football is at least another month away, but probably two, if not three.
Teams in Germany have returned to a reduced form of training this past week, and look on track to possibly resume the Bundesliga next month. But the Premier League look nowhere near, and that surely goes for leagues in Italy, Spain, France, and many other places as well.
This could pose yet another problem for European football in general, though in the great scheme of things, this one’s a somewhat minor one. With the various leagues tracking to different timelines, their schedules are unlikely to align perfectly, which would complicate any attempts to play out the