Premier League wants a way out but lack of answers is no surprise | Paul Wilson

Failure of Friday’s meeting to navigate a way to conclude the football season is a reminder there are a lot of U-turns ahead Many years from now, when films are being made about the present strangeness, it will not go unnoticed that professional football’s collective indecisiveness managed to make the government’s daily press briefings look structured and resolute. Football is not important at the moment; one can only agree with Sir Dave Brailsford’s conclusion that sport in general has been taught its place in the overall scheme of things by the events of the last few months. Though what seems likely to be remembered is that when the gravy train hit the buffers the national sport could not agree on anything. Continue reading...