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François Picard

20 May 2020
Is it too soon for Project Restart? The English Premier League is taking its cue from the Bundesliga and allowing teams to resume training but is it still football when the Covid-19 pandemic forces matches to be played before empty stadiums? When’s the right time to return? With guests that include England and Chelsea goalkeeper Carly Telford, François Picard's panel reflects on what life under lockdown has been like for both players and fans.

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