The more days that pass the less likely a return to action this season is on the cards. There’s so much working against it happening.
Finances, contracts, and the crisis not easing even enough for us to begin some semblance of normality.
It’s becoming clear we’re at a point where we need to make a decision as a league.
Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson believes now is the time call the league as it stands and crown Celtic champions.
The ‘Well boss speaking to PLZ Soccer thinks there’s little to no chance of a restart and we now have to be realistic about what lies ahead.
Celtic have wanted to play the remaining eight games since the shut down but the club knows that much more is at stake.
It would be disappointing not to be able to have that moment between the players and supporters but we live in extraordinary times.