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Smaller matches are one of the procedures being considered by the Premier League for when football resumes, according to the chief decision-making of the Professional Footballers’ Association, Gordon Taylor.
Games have been postponed since March and clubs have been in talks ever since trying to find a secure way to get top-flight matches back on.
Fifa has proposed allowing extra substitutions to help players cope with greater fixture congestion but Taylor has gone one further on Tuesday, saying games of less than 45 minutes each way are also under Talk.
“We Clearly do not know the future,” Taylor told BBC today program but let us see what is going to happen in the future.
“What we do know is what proposals have been put, what thoughts have been put: the option of having more substitutes, games perhaps not being the full 45 minutes each way”