Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish is backing Premier League clubs to eventually come to a consensus over how to restart the season.
Aston Villa and Watford have joined Brighton in speaking out against plans to play the remaining 92 games at neutral venues, and it’s sure to be a point of contention.
Premier League clubs met on Monday to vote on the best way to progress.
Parish feels clubs can unite and move forward. He says:
“There are no easy answers. We have to work through it as a collective and I think we will come out with a consensus in the end.
“The meeting is another part of the journey in trying to get football back. We would be derelict in our duty if we did not find a way for the game to come back.
“It may prove beyond us, we have huge challenges in order to get it back to complete the season, but we are planning on doing so.”