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Greg Clarke, president of the English Football Association (FA), says fans will not enjoy football from the stands for several more months.
"It will be difficult for players as well as fans. The atmosphere from the stands is something that gives the field strength. But first and foremost, we have to think about safety, and at the moment there is no situation where we can afford to think about the course of the match in a full stadium, "said Clarke, noting that a similar scenario without spectators will take place in England next season.
The Premier League has been suspended since March 13 and the likely restart will be on June 8. Liverpool are currently at the top of the table with 82 points. The Reds have nine games left to play, and they only need to win two to maintain their championship.

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