Coronavirus: Government warned football structure at risk of collapse

How long can football clubs survive without the return of fans in the stadium?

Football is now at risk of “the collapse of the national league structure that we have known for over 100 years”, the government has been warned.

A group of prominent figures has written a joint letter urging ministers to help with a coronavirus crisis rescue package.

Signatories include former Football Association chairmen Greg Dyke and Lord Triesman, Sunderland shareholder Charlie Methven and broadcaster Robbie Savage.

They say many EFL and National League clubs are now preparing to “cease playing… and put their business into administration”.

“We would ask that the government now make clear what financial support it’s prepared to give before it is too late,” the group writes.

“In order for clubs to sustain themselves over the winter and keep playing, they would need to be compensated for the loss of match ticket sales.

“There

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