Every sports editor across the industry is wrestling with one single question: how do you cover sport when there is no sport?
The global coronavirus outbreak has wiped out sporting schedules across the world to a degree not seen in a lifetime. You have to go back as far as the Second World War for this level of disruption.
Friday was the day of reckoning. First, the Champions League and Europa League knockout fixtures for this week fell. Then every English Football League game followed. Then the Premier League did what in truth they should have done long before Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta tested positive and postponed all matches until April at the earliest.
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