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Boris Johnson confirms Premier League blow as UK government scrap plans for fans to return

Boris Johnson confirms Premier League blow as UK government scrap plans for fans to return (Image: GETTY) British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has confirmed that football fans will not be returning to stadiums on October 1 - ending hopes that Premier League and English Football League grounds would be able to open begin a phased reopening to initially welcome back supporters with social-distancing guidelines in place at a maximum capacity of around 25 per cent to 35 per cent.  Related articles Premier League clubs mustn't forget EFL duty or clubs risk going under Boris Johnson speech today: UK has reached 'perilous turning point' The UK's nationwide rise in coronavirus cases...
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