I can see why they want to project a positive, joined-up stance on this but the likelihood of getting the leagues finished by end of June (even started by then really) is pushing it. I can see a scenario whereby if the infection numbers start dropping off significantly, that the leagues agree to start games again but behind closed doors. In a way this could be a positive for football in general as it will show how important fans are to the game. In Australia, AFL and A-League games are continuing in empty stadiums and it's very odd to watch. I don't think the organisers thought it through in their desperation to keep the games on and avoid losing sponsorship / TV rights $s.