Former Liverpool CEO Peter Moore talked about the impact of empty stadiums on the league in an interview with The Times. He said: "Not allowing fans to enter the stadium will damage the operation of the football league."
Moore said in the interview: "We have seen what happened to Bury and Maxfield. I am worried that if we can't find a way to get the fans back on the court, it's just the beginning. The damage will last for many years. , The club we lost will never come back."
"Winter is here, and all science and data show that we will spend more time indoors, which is more dangerous. I am not an epidemiologist, but the challenge is whether it is safer to sit in an outdoor environment like a stadium , How to reach the stadium safely, how to go home safely after 90 minutes."
"There are also those who live on football and those who seek income to support their families in this industry are also lost."
"In Liverpool, we have thousands of temporary employees to support the operation and hospitality of the stadium, and we must take care of these people."
"This is about the mode of transportation. In winter, it's safer to stay outdoors than to stay in a house. Scientists tell us that they worry that if we spend more time in poorly ventilated places in winter, the virus will spread more easily. ."
"The Premier League is looking for a way. They also have their own challenges. The loss of income on match day is as high as 90 million pounds for the big clubs."
"This is especially important in the football league. In the lower leagues, their business model is that someone comes to watch the game and consumes on the spot."
"We need to put the football league in a position of rapid growth in order to be able to compete with those commercial competitors."
"I think the football industry is very simple. You can make as much money as possible, and then you can invest it in good players who can produce results. Good brands want to be one of them, especially those with a long history like Liverpool. There are clubs with many fans all over the world."
"The one thing we didn't do was to make good use of this and interact well with our fans locally and globally, and my role is to keep in touch with fans and our partners as much as possible."
"If you look at the Premier League platform from a global perspective, those international teams with a long history are usually used to promote the league itself."
"When you look at some statistics and views over the past few years, Liverpool is undoubtedly the most viewed team in the world, and of course this is also true in the United States."
"However, the media funds we have obtained have allowed us to invest a lot of money in talent regardless of the ranking. This is what makes the Premier League unique.
"The competitive aspect is very important, and you feel uneasy every weekend."
"Every time we think about the weekend, it will be the same as the previous weekend. The score may be shocking, which is not common in other leagues."