Streaming games has become a new way of life for fans in the EFL following the decision to start the season behind-closed-doors, but how are the streaming platforms coping with the new influx of users? We are asking fans of EFL clubs to let us know about their experiences in a new survey, the results of which will be fed back to the EFL.
Yokohama Marinos are back for the second time in three weeks with this fabulous own goal, a real team effort between the goalie and his defence. It was merely a setback, though, as they went on to beat Urawa Reds 6-2.
A survey by international players’ union FIFPro has highlighted the impact of COVID-19 on the women’s game. Based on data collected by player unions in 62 countries, the survey shows a disproportionate impact of wage cuts and reduced support, which threatens to slow the recent development of the game.
Influential MP and football fan Ian Mearns has written to the prime minister following the appearance of senior football figures before the House earlier this week, saying it strengthens the case for an immediate fan-led review.
Rick Parry (chairman, EFL), Richard Masters (chief executive, Premier League), Greg Clarke (chairman, FA) faced the Culture, Media, and Sport Select Committee today (Tuesday 10th November 2020) in a wide-ranging discussion.
A real gem of a clip from Spain’s regional leagues for #ICYMI this week – capturing the highs and lows of football perfectly. Goalkeeper scoring, late equalisers and long range lobs. It packs it all in.
Despite making up around 7% of the UK population, currently only 0.3% of professional footballers are of British Asian origin. In a new survey, we are looking to get fans’ views on why they think this is, and what can and should be done to improve representation from the British Asian community.
Brazilian Thiago Martins, currently playing for Yokohama Marinos in the J-League, is the unlucky subject of this week’s #ICYMI. Already one-nil down to Sanfrece Hiroshima, his defensive ineptitude put his side further in the mire with an hour gone, as the referee had no time for his meek appeals for offside.
A mixture of patchwork local restrictions and lack of a uniform approach to dealing with COVID-19 threatens the future of non-league clubs this season, as additional measures brought in to quell the pandemic in different regions are leaving an uneven playing field.