Stan believes that the Premier League should look for all of their parties to 29 games. With only four teams missing this mark. Allowing the crown to be transferred to Liverpool, the lower three to avoid slipping out of the upper tier, and the extended format introduced for 2020- 21.
Collymore has a solution for Liverpool
Stan Collymore feels that he has a solution to the problems that football faces during the outbreak of the Coronavirus. At the same time, the former Liverpool and Aston Villa striker draw up a plan according to which the Premier League title will be headed to Anfield, and not a single team will not fly out. So far, no decision has been made when it comes to completing work on unaccounted fastenings in 2019-20. Football in England, Europe, and around the world closed amid ongoing efforts to prevent the spread and impact of Coronavirus. Some suggested that current campaigns may have to be canceled. Even though the finish line is in sight, while many potential solutions have been proposed by those seeking to see the seasons brought to a more appropriate conclusion.
The Reds deserve to be recognised as the best team this season
Stan believes that the Premier League should look for all of their parties to 29 games – with only four teams missing this mark – allowing the crown to be transferred to Liverpool, the lower three to avoid slipping out of the upper tier, and the extended format introduced for 2020- 21. The former English international said reporters: “It would be absurd, even in these exceptional circumstances, if the season were canceled.” And the club, which has 25 points and needs only two victories from the remaining nine games, was deprived of the right to be decisive champions of England. Liverpool was the best team in the country this season for miles, and they deserve to be recognized as such for the first time in 30 years.
Nothing should deny them their title
“So, wherever this season goes after the Covid-19 pandemic has created its chaos, whether it’s the end of a campaign or the end of a campaign, nothing should deny them their title.” Stan added: “My decision for the Premier League would be to have all 20 teams in 29 games as fast as possible.” It only takes two matches – Sheffield United against Aston Villa and Manchester City against Arsenal. The Blades and the Villans could even play behind closed doors this weekend, given that no one has tested the Covid-19 on either side. “At least everyone would play the same number of fixtures, and we could say that any position that each team was in after 29 games were the position in which they finished.
‘WHO’ says that it’s normal
“I know that this can lead to problems with the outflow. Because the teams will say: “Hold on, look at our race, It’s easier than them, and we think that we would get out of trouble.” The best thing would not be to lower anyone.” And I do not want to belittle the success of Leeds. This season enjoyed West Brom, Coventry, Rotherham, Crewe, and Swindon. Therefore, to maintain fairness, I would promote them all and play with two additional teams in each division next season. “The key is that there will then be work for five teams to go down during the year to reduce the number in each division before what they traditionally are.
“That would be the fairest decision, as far as I can tell, because just restarting the league, when the World Health Organization says that it’s normal, is likely to delay next season.” So let’s bring everyone to 29 games, and if the pandemic does not show signs of weakening shortly, then let’s call it – and give Liverpool the trophy they so richly deserve.”