Think my old man is happy about the footy schedule 🙌🏻😂😂😂⚽️ pic.twitter.com/fmHYZgZGdQ
— 🐝🐝🐝 (@beesley_jake) May 28, 2020
Former Premier League centre-back Paul Beesley, who had spells at a host of clubs including Wigan Athletic and Sheffield United, was filmed discussing the realisation that several matches could be played each week when elite football restarts.
With the top leagues currently suspended due to coronavirus, plans are being made for how the season can be resumed.
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🏟 Meadow Lane
Notts County 1 – 3 Sheffield United
⚽️⚽️⚽️ Paul Beesley, Glyn Hodges, Bobby Davison pic.twitter.com/WgJ9n9QMyO
— Sheffield United Türkiye (@SUFCTurk) April 20, 2020
Beesley, 54, is seen in this clip shared by his son, Jake, getting more and more excited as it dawns on him exactly how many games might be available to watch on TV.
With organisers keen to complete the campaign as soon as possible, there could be a bevvy of clashes squeezed into a short space of time.
Think he’s headed 1 too many balls.
— Dean Learner (@bakedfootballer) May 29, 2020