sport news Premier League clubs braced for another £100m monthly loss amid fears return ...

Premier League clubs braced for another £100m monthly loss amid fears the return of fans may be delayed until November or capped at 1,000  The government had initially planned to sanction crowds from October 1 But rising Covid-19 infection rates threaten a continued shut-out at venues Sport representatives met Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden on Wednesday

By Matt Hughes For Mailonline

Published: 18:45 BST, 16 September 2020 | Updated: 18:45 BST, 16 September 2020

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Premier League clubs are bracing themselves for another £100million of losses amid fears that the return of fans may be delayed until November.

Representatives of the major sports met Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden on Wednesday to discuss their aspirations for supporters to attend matches as soon as possible, with a further update expected next week.

The government had initially planned to sanction crowds from October 1, but that date is now in doubt due to rising Covid-19 infection rates and the introduction of the rule of six, with administrators now fearing that a November return

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