EFL Clubs Should Take Legal Action Over Fan Ban: Peterborough Owner

 The proprietor of League One side Peterborough has approached clubs in the English Football League (EFL) to make a lawful move after the public authority once again introduced restrictions on observers because of a spike in COVID-19 cases. 

Clubs in lower-hazard locales were permitted to welcome back fans prior this month yet huge territories of south-east and eastern England, including Peterborough, will be added to the 'exceptionally high ready' classification this end of the week, constraining arenas to close their entryways indeed. 

'One more factor leading to (the) demise for our industry,' Darragh MacAnthony composed on Twitter. 'You can have fans back . for a game. at that point reassess again . more cash down channel to prepare for it all. 

'All clubs in the EFL require to assemble lawful asset to take a gander at suing government over rescuing different businesses and leaving our own to shrink away .' 

MacAnthony likewise said assets from the Premier League's 50 million pounds bailout bundle for third-level League One and fourth-level League Two sides would not relax the blow. 

'Furthermore, no 400,000 pounds from Premier League doesn't scratch surface,' he added. 

Peterborough have Ipswich Town on Saturday.

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