Bundesliga confirm football return in move that could impact the Premier League. The top flight in Germany is to resume in weeks after the go-ahead was given by the Government. German chancellor Angela Merkel has given the go-ahead for the Bundesliga to resume in the coming weeks.

The EPL is still deliberating on how to resume the English Premier League 2019/20 Season with plans going on to start latest June.

In Spain players have done medical test so as to determine the health status of everyone so we can we say a return is imminent.

Lastly, in Italy the return of the league is nearing completion and the only thing remaining is the government’s decision which is very likely to be a positive one.

Despite the return of football, Nigerian fans face a very huge challenge as there’s still a ban on large gatherings like Churches, Mosques and co. The Cable that shows the football for people in Nigeria majorly are Startimes and DStv, only a few use Kwese Tv .

Majority of the football loving fans in Nigeria (Naija) don’t have a decoder at home and some who have don’t subscribe for the large subscription plan that enables them to view the football matches and they’d not stream the match live on the internet because of the data cost not to talk of those who don’t have a browsing phone or even access to the internet. While some who have everything needed at home would love to watch it at the viewing centre because of the banter and the electric atmosphere.

Currently in Nigeria, we have close to 3000 confirmed cases of Coronavirus and the government place an order of a partial lockdown where large gatherings are prohibited.