The Big Ask: Fans of Premier League clubs give their verdicts on Project Restart

We asked a supporter from each Premier League club
to answer the following ­questions…

This is what they told us…

ARSENAL

John Williamson, aged 60, fan for 51 years

I believe it’s right that we should be exploring different ideas, putting plans in place. There isn’t a perfect solution. I would personally end the ­season now, give Liverpool the title, then either go for ‘average points per game’ or make it ‘null and void’ starting 2020/21 as we started 2019/20.

ASTON VILLA

Lee Lindsay, 38, fan for 30 years

BOURNEMOUTH

Mark Dean, 51, fan for 44 years

BRIGHTON

Kay Townsend, 47, fan for 33 years

BURNLEY

Peter Baron, 68, fan for 60 years

CHELSEA

Ollie Moore, 35, fan for 35 years

CRYSTAL PALACE

Alan Palmer, 60, fan for 60 years

Absolutely not. I wouldn’t go to Selhurst Park if I couldn’t get in.

EVERTON

Barry Cass, 48, supporter for 40 years

No, I wouldn’t be tempted at all.

LEICESTER

Kieran King, 20, fan for 12 years

LIVERPOOL

Jordan Chamberlain, 30, fan for 25 years

 

MANCHESTER CITY

Adam Richards, 55, fan for 50 years

 

MANCHESTER UNITED

Robert Bailey, 59, fan for 55 years

NEWCASTLE

Norman Grieves, 61, fan for 50 years

No. Very much the wrong one. What would be the point of restarting with so little to play for? Too many fixtures would not be fit for purpose.

NORWICH

James Smith, 41, fan for 35 years

SHEFFIELD UNITED

Darren Fletcher, 52, fan for 45 years

SOUTHAMPTON

Josh Murray, 29, fan for 18 years

TOTTENHAM

Kat Law, 48, fan for 39 years

WATFORD

Paul Levene, 57, fan for 48 years

WEST HAM

Stuart Morgan, 41, fan for 41 years

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