Date: 1st June 2020 at 6:00pm
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Queens Park Rangers CEO Lee Hoos has revealed that the club are not happy about the Championship season restarting on June 20.

The EFL confirmed last night that they intend to begin playing games again in the second tier in under three weeks time, with Hoos telling the R’s official site that it isn’t long enough for the players to prepare – something he claims Les Ferdinand and boss Mark Warburton agree on, considering the team haven’t played competitively since March 7.

As well as that, Hoos explained how he wasn’t at all pleased with how the decision was communicated to clubs and he stated that the EFL are aware of the disappointment from the R’s. Ultimately though, this won’t have any bearing on the decision and the games will be played later this , providing the government guidelines don’t change and the safety requirements are passed.

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And, even though some understand where the CEO is coming from, others feel Hoos’ comments are wrong, particularly as every club is in the same position. Here we look at some of the reaction…