Peterborough United owner Darragh MacAnthony has urged EFL clubs to take legal action against the government following the reintroduction of bans on spectators due to rising coronavirus cases
It comes after large areas of south-east England, including Peterborough, is set to be added to the "very high alert" category this weekend
Previously clubs in these areas were allowed to welcome a limited number of fans back into grounds earlier this month, with this latest move meaning they will now be forced to close their doors once again
The news provoked a furious response from Posh owner MacAnthony, who took to Twitter to call for a collective pushback on the government from clubs in the Championship, League One and League Two
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"You can have fans back..
for a game..
then pull the plug again...more money down drain to prep for it all
"All clubs in the EFL need to put legal fund together to look at suing government over bailing out other industries Bristol Rovers move from Tier 3 to Tier 2
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In terms of this weekend"s fixtures, three games will now be played behind closed doors, having previously anticipated having fans: Luton vs BournemouthWycombe vs QPRPeterborough vs Ipswich