Covid-19’s impact on football: ‘It could take 10 years to get where we were’

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Figures from across the men’s professional game including managers, players and a scout, discuss how football will alter

When life has finally returned to normal, I think football will change for the better. We should see the reversal of a power balance that has swung the wrong way for too long, switching it back in favour of the clubs. I would certainly expect that to happen in the divisions below the Premier League, where the financial implications of Covid-19 are hitting particularly hard. Players and agents will have to lower their expectations, and we will see fewer instances of football clubs being held to ransom over deals and contracts.

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Written by Interviews by Nick Ames, Ewan Murray, Jacob Steinberg, Jamie Jackson and Andy Hunter
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Covid-19’s impact on football: ‘It could take 10 years to get where we were’

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