Although the football world is struggling with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Premier League teams are expected to divulge their financial reports to the public. Burnley FC has reported a surplus for its previous financial year. Will the Premier League club survive the financial strain of the current pandemic?
The Premier League and its clubs have tried to do their part and assist those affected by the COVD-19 pandemic, with Crystal Palace the latest club to announce further support for charities.
First placed Liverpool faced bitter rivals 5th placed Manchester United at Anfield, the only team to have taken points off Liverpool this season so far. Liverpool proved to be too much for United though this time around and finished the game 2-0 thanks to goals from Van Dijk and Salah.
After a underwhelming season Manchester United have looked to shake things up by letting go of some high earners and backing their youth system to fill the gaps together with buying young British talent with acquisitions in the form of Maguire, Wan-Bissaka and James.
It was touted as the missing element that would clear the inconsistencies that football was riddled with but it’s fair to say that while the introduction of VAR has been a welcome development in the sport, especially during the just concluded FIFA Women’s World Cup, it hasn’t quite hit the high notes in the Premier…