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'We're all suffering at the moment': Brighton chief Paul Barber says Premier League clubs will have to address their own issues during the coronavirus crisis before lending a hand to lower league teams The football season is currently on hold as the country deals with coronavirus   A number of clubs are fearing for their future without any matchday revenue  There have been calls for Premier League sides to pitch in to support them Brighton chief Paul Barber said teams will help once they fix their own problems Coronavirus symptoms: what are they and should you see a doctor?

By Daniel Matthews For Mailonline

Published: 16:41 GMT, 26 March 2020 | Updated: 16:41 GMT, 26 March 2020

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Brighton chief Paul Barber has warned lower league clubs that Premier League sides must get their own house in order before helping teams further down the pyramid cope with the damage caused by coronavirus.

With the football season on hold, there have been calls for top-flight giants to offer financial lifelines to those clubs whose future is at stake.

But Albion CEO Barber said: 'We're all suffering at the moment, Premier League clubs as well. And we have to first of all safeguard our jobs for our people. We have to pay our bills and then of course, if

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