Jamie O'Hara wants the Premier League season to be scrapped and Liverpool crowned champions

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It looks as if the Premier League are trying to finish the season.

It has emerged recently they have come up with a plan called 'Project Restart'.

The plan would require all clubs to be in full training by May 18.

The season will then restart on June 8 and finish at the end of July to fit in with Uefa's European competition plans.

26,000 tests would be carried out at a cost of £4 million to ensure players and staff were as safe as possible.

However, there are concerns whether the Premier League should be returning when hundreds are dying in the UK every day.

Gary Neville expressed his concern yesterday, saying that the plan to restart the season was motivated by money.

And Jamie O'Hara appears to be also against the idea. Speaking on talkSPORT, the former Premier League player outlined what he thinks should happen.

He stated that the Premier League should be cancelled, but Liverpool should be awarded the title.

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That very same thing happened in Ligue 1 today when PSG were crowned champions.

He also gave his opinion about how the league should deal with relegation and promotion.

"The best case scenario is we find a vaccine and then we can get back. It is getting to that point where we cant come back and it's not the safe thing to do.

"Footballers are not guinea pigs. You can't expect footballers to come back to make everyone feel better. That's not fair. The health and safety of the players and everyone involved in the teams is paramount.

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"You can't punish people and you can't relegate people. For me, you make Liverpool champions and have no relegation.

"Leeds and West Brom go up and five go down next season. Imagine next season with Leeds and West Brom in it. It'll be brilliant.

"It's hard luck on teams like Fulham and Nottingham Forest but you weren't there after 75% of the season. So let them go up and just don't relegate the other teams."

That certainly would be controversial.

Whatever the Premier League decides to do, they aren't going to please everyone, that's for sure.

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