Luke Shaw says 2019/20 season should be declared null and void if it cannot resume | Football News

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“It must be, you know. If we cannot continue, it must be zero. “

Last update: 04/04/20 14:23 pm

Luke Shaw says playing behind closed doors doesn't feel right

Luke Shaw says playing behind closed doors doesn’t feel right

Manchester United defender Luke Shaw said the 2019/20 season would have to be abandoned if it could not be restarted due to the coronavirus.

The Premier League confirmed last week that the season has been suspended indefinitely and will not return until it is certain.

League leaders Liverpool need two wins to seal the title, while it is much closer to racing in European football and racing to avoid relegation to the Premier League.

“Discard it and try again. Start again, yes, ”said Shaw Fight Corona fundraising for UNICEF, a FIFA 20 competition broadcast on Twitch.

“It must be, you know. If we cannot continue, it must be zero. “

The option to play games without spectators is a possibility, but Shaw said it was not an outcome he wanted.

“The fans are so important. You realize it even more (now), ”added Shaw, 24. “I think sport is really for the fans … I think if you don’t have fans and you don’t play in front of fans, that doesn’t seem fair to you.

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“Especially on the day of the match, the fans are always amazing and always help the team. Whether at home or even outside, our fans are always brilliant and I have the impression that they are always there with us. “

United was three points behind fourth place before the suspension of the season due to the coronavirus threat.

Shaw is participating in a FIFA 20 charity event that also features Gareth Bale, Paulo Dybala, Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Jordan Pickford and Ruben Loftus-Cheek, which raised approximately 17,000 pounds through online donations.

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