Leeds United have released a statement reassuring fans over season ticket renewals during the enforced break.
The club has claimed that they are working on refunds for all games that have been missed because of the coronavirus pandemic currently putting a halt to all sport in the country.
Championship clubs still have nine games to complete, with the current state of affairs looking like they will be concluded behind-closed-doors.
Leeds have confirmed that individual tickets could also be refunded and even hospitality packages that had been already purchased.
The statement is finished with the club informing fans that are eligible will be contacted as soon as possible – giving them that peace of mind.
Tickets had been made available for away games such as Cardiff and Blackburn, and also for games at home such as the one against Luton – potentially a guaranteed three points in many people’s eyes.
The one thing that is guaranteed right now is that football will be played behind-closed-doors for the foreseeable future in England.
It was suggested by the Yorkshire Evening Post that it could continue like that until the beginning of October, obviously meaning fans will never get to use purchased tickets from this season.
As it stands, fans could be handed free subscriptions to watch and stream the remaining fixtures by clubs and Leeds fans would surely take anything if it means that promotion to the Premier League can be secured.
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