Date: 16th July 2020 at 8:57am
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With only a handful of games remaining in the 2019/20 campaign, more eyes are now turning to the 2020/21 Premier League season and with confirmation coming through on Wednesday of when the summer transfer window will take place, the anticipation rises a little more.

Given the lull in the fixture list and the fact that the 2019/20 competition has understandably overrun deep into the month of July, fans who like a flutter have a plethora of options and bonuses to choose from on Netbet UK bonus and with fixture lists more than beginning to take shape when it comes to relegations and promotions, with the transfer details now in, Premier League clubs for next season will definitely be busy during their window for dealing with each other.

With plenty of talk about whether or not the window this year will be somewhat subdued and whether clubs will take a more modest approach to their spending, with a longer window for dealing with EFL Clubs, there will definitely be those sides on the look out for future talent at cheaper prices – but of course, in turn, clubs lower down the English pyramid will be looking to maximise any fees they can to help make up for the drop off in Match Day incomes with fans unable to attend matches as we finalised the year.

It’s certainly going to be an interesting time, but some clubs will certainly spend big like they always do.

Although we now have details about how the transfer window will work, there are still plenty of things to be ironed out such as a start date for competitions this time around. With increased substitutes featuring for the final rounds of fixtures, IFAB have confirmed this week as well, that five substitutes will continue fur future seasons as well – but each competition will be able to decide on whether they will use that provision for extra fresh legs.

One thing fans certainly want to see the back of are the pointless ‘water breaks’ in each half now, a completely unnecessary introduction that simply further disrupts the flow of the game, and like all stoppage time, most fans don’t see where those wasted minutes come back into play.

It’s still not quite football as we know it, but slowly and surely we’re now almost there again. Especially if ‘some’ fans are allowed to return to stadiums by the beginning of the new season, as football is nothing with the atmosphere.

 

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