Ex-FA boss on increased Euro 2020 capacity: ‘Football is being treated as a special case’

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  • Sky News published this video item, entitled “Ex-FA boss on increased Euro 2020 capacity: ‘Football is being treated as a special case'” – below is their description.

    Former Executive Director of the FA, David Davies talks to Sky News about the government’s plans to ease restrictions at Wembley Stadium for the semi-final and final at the Euro 2020 tournament.

    The number of fans permitted to attend the two matches of the competition at Wembley has been increased to 60,000.

    The World Health Organisation is “concerned” at the easing of restrictions.

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