This week on The Indy Football Podcast the team discuss the coronavirus pandemic and its impact on football around the world.

Host Luke Brown is joined by Sports Editor Ben Burrows, Chief Football Writer Miguel Delaney and Football Reporter Jack Rathborn to make sense of an extraordinary few days.

They talk about the impact the pandemic will have on the football calendar. How will the Premier League season finish? Will the Europa and Champions League tournaments be scrapped? And will a postponed Euro 2020 clash with the rebranded Fifa Club World Cup?

Sharing the full story, not just the headlines

They also discuss what will happen to clubs at the other end of the football pyramid and debate whether or not the National League should have cancelled its full round of fixtures over the weekend.

And Ben runs through how The Independent plans to cover football over the next few weeks and months … when there is going to be very little football taking place.

As ever, follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to stay up to date with the latest football news.

Click play above to listen to the latest episode, which is also available on iTunes, acast and all other podcast providers (if the audio is not appearing on your mobile, you may need to view on desktop or download the podcast).

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