(CNN)With the Premier League season already curtailed by the novel coronavirus outbreak, focus has turned to finding a way to conclude the current campaign.Last Friday, the English Football Association (FA) announced the decision to postpone all professional men and women’s football in the country until at least April 3 after a number of Premier League clubs, players and managers were impacted by COVID-19.The three main options facing officials are finishing the season once the shutdown is over, even if it means the campaign overunning, ending the season as planned in May and awarding trophies, promotion and relegation based on current standings or declaring the whole season void.Already leading figures at Premier League clubs are at loggerheads on how best to proceed.Karen Brady, the vice-chair at West Ham United, believes the entire English football season should be canceled but Paul Barber, Brighton and Hove Albion’s chief executive, says that option would be “incredibly unjust” for league leader Liverpool.”There is no dodging the possibility that all levels in the English Football League (EFL), as well as the Premier League, will have to be canceled and this season declared null and void because if the players can’t play the games can’t go ahead,”

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