LIVERPOOL and Leeds United are both chasing long-time causes – the Premier League trophy and promotion from the Championship respectively. Finally, in 2019-20, both clubs looked to be on track to achieve their objectives, until a major obstacle recently appeared on the horizon. The Coronavirus lockdown could, ultimately, force the UK government and Football Association to abandon the current campaign and with that, the hopes of a number of major clubs could be dashed. Agendas Throughout the football structure, from Premier League to non-league, the teams chasing success will be mightily angry that their efforts could amount to nothing, but at the same time, clubs that currently look doomed will be reprieved from relegation. Karren Brady, the vice-chairperson of struggling West Ham United has…