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Bruce: Play every day

Express and Star Saturday, 28 March 2020
Former Aston Villa and current Newcastle boss Steve Bruce has called for a ‘Festival of Football’ with games every day to help get the season completed when it is safe to play again following the coronavirus pandemic.
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