According to report reaching OYOGist.com, English Football Association are working on Premier League return after a long break due to Coronavirus outbreak. With the FA proposing a neutral ground measure to all team.
But it has suffered a huge blow as Watford have joined both Aston Villa and Brighton in openly rejecting the use of neutral venues in the Premier League’s proposed Project Restart plan.
Watford chairman and chief executive Scott Duxbury says it would arbitrate fairness and sporting integrity. It is understood the Premier League will delay a vote on whether to use neutral venues from Monday, when all 20 clubs meet, until later in May.
The proposal needs 14 of the 20 clubs to vote in favour for it to be approved. And while three have now made their opposition to the proposal known, it is understood others have similar feelings, which is a huge blow for fans who are hoping their favourite league will return soon.