Here we go again. What is a weekend without football? Especially when these football-less weekends are becoming the norm. How can we fill that void? It is difficult, even more so when there is no end point in sight, no certainty as to when it will be back.
There have been talks, discussions and perhaps disagreements as to how to proceed with Uefa hopeful fore league seasons to be completed in July and August. In the EFL it is a very stressful time with a number of sides struggling with the lack of income.
Click and scroll through to find out the latest from around the Championship, including news from Sheffield Wednesday...
1. TV blackout lifted
English football’s Saturday 3pm blackout ban for TV matches has been lifted by Uefa for the remainder of the season. In a move to try and finish the current campaign, the organisation have been moved to lift what has been tradition in the country. (Various)
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2. Forestieri's Owls future in doubt
Fernando Forestieri has not been offered a new Sheffield Wednesday with the club prioritising Steven Fletcher and Morgan Fox. All three are out of contract at the end of the season. (Yorkshire Live)
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3. West Brom starlet still wanted by Palace
West Brom starlet Nathan Ferguson is reportedly back on the radar of Premier League side Crystal Palace. The 19-year-old was close to an £11m move in January but a failed medical cost him the move. The Eagles are set to renew their interest in the full-back. (Express & Star)
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4. Championship season postponed indefinitely
Championship clubs will unlikely return to the field anytime soon as the EFL has postponed football indefinitely. Uefa are hopeful that league seasons can be played to a conclusion in July or August. But it depends on how the coronavirus situation develops. (The Star)
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