The FA fears ten months without national team matchesAs collected EFE, the english federation (FA) fears that the english team will go almost ten months without playing a match after the suspension of the Eurocup 2020, moved to 2021, and friendlies in March and April.This was explained Mark Bullingham, chief executive of the FA, in a talk with journalists. “UEFA has talked about moving the friendlies from March to June. Clearly June seems like a tough date right now, but we don’t know yet. We have to keep looking at each different alternative. If it doesn’t happen in June, the next game would be in September.”Bullingham said.England I had to play against Italy Y Denmark in March while in early June will face Austria Y Romania, in what would have been the last preparations for the Euro. A Eurocopa that, according to announced the UEFA This Tuesday, it will move to the summer of 2021. “I’ve been with Gareth Southgate (England coach) and the technical team. We are living unprecedented times and there are much more important things than soccer. From Gareth’s point of view, he supports the changes that are taking place. From a technical point of view, I don’t think we are in a different place than the rest. Nobody wants there to be a big gap in the season, but here we are. We are a young team, so not many changes will be seen, but it will be Gareth who decides “added the manager. In England they fear that the coronavirus pandemic will not allow the 92 remaining Premier League matches to take place. They have more games left than many leagues and fear they won’t be able to meet deadlines. That is why the clubs, according to The Sun, will present a proposal to the president of the UEFA, Aleksander Ceferin, which could cause fans to be forced to watch football only on television.In the first place, the conferences would be held every three days in neutral fields, and several meetings could coincide at the same venue and on the same day in order for the fewest number of health and safety personnel to work, putting few people at risk.The matches would be played behind closed doors in two or three stadiums, but since they are neutral fields (probably some scenarios located in the Midlands), fans would have a much more difficult time moving to the vicinity of the stadium, endangering the health of people in the crowds, as happened with the fans who were in the vicinity of the duel between the PSG and the Borussia Dortmund of the Champions League.As for the broadcasts, Sky Sports I would continue to broadcast all these encounters, in theory including the time slot reserved for fans to go to the stadiums, so they could be seen in full every day.Manchester City, Arsenal, Aston Villa and Sheffield United have ten Premier League matches to play, while the rest have nine. Before these measures are officially presented to UEFA, the British government must approve them.