Following the disruption Covid brought to the schedule, the new campaign is facing another challenge – a winter World Cup
Welcome, once again, to the upside down. As the Premier League enters its third season of cut-and-shut schedules, relegated again to an insistent voice at the edge of larger things, it is tempting to wonder exactly when this state of flux is going to end; at what point the self-proclaimed world’s most important league will ever find its way back from the dark place. Or, indeed, if things will ever quite be the same again.
It has, let’s face it, been three years now. A competition that predicates its existence on hogging the foreground, on being not the B-flick or the short but the Premier, will once again find itself frazzled by some truly mind-boggling logistics.
Written by Barney Ronay
This news first appeared on https://www.theguardian.com/football/blog/2022/aug/04/is-the-premier-league-and-its-fans-ready-for-a-season-like-no-other under the title “Premier League’s power risks being dimmed by a further season of flux | Barney Ronay”. Bolchha Nepal is not responsible or affiliated towards the opinion expressed in this news article.