Manchester City have sparked criticism from fans after demanding direct debit payments for season tickets during the coronavirus lockdown.
The Premier League champions informed supporters they would be taking April payments as usual, despite uncertainty over whether their remaining fixtures will be fulfilled.
There is also the possibility of games being played behind closed doors as part of measures to slow the spread of Covid-19.
Football in this country has been suspended until April 30 – but there are no guarantees it will be able to resume on that date.
There are ongoing suggestions all games could have to be played in front of empty stadiums if government guidelines to avoid contact with others are extended.
And given the financial uncertainty throughout the country, with many jobs at risk, City’s decision to continue to take payments has sparked an angry response.