A statement made by the Polish FA may have given an insight to ending the debate over how the 2019/20 Scottish football season will end.

UEFA held a meeting with all 55 member nations earlier today to discuss the response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

A UEFA meeting was held (Photo credit should read GIUSEPPE CACACE/AFP via Getty Images)

Scottish football is currently suspended until further notice as the pandemic grips the globe. It looks incredibly unlikely that football will return before August, never mind the April 3 date some top European leagues have billed.

It’s resulted in debate over who gets crowned champions in the event that the league has to be called as it is, whether it’s fair to relegate teams or should we even pretend like it never happened.

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A statement from the Polish FA may have provided some much needed insight into how it’ll all end. It states that UEFA will order teams, where possible, to finish their domestic and European campaigns before June 30.

The Polish FA have offered solution. (Photo by Mateusz Wlodarczyk/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

The statement reads: “1. If the situation allows, maximum efforts will be made to complete all competitions in the national leagues and European cups by 30 June 2020.

“2. There will be no exclusivity for the individual games: national leagues will be able to be played in the middle of the week, and matches in European cups during weekends.

“3. The dates of the qualifying rounds for the European cups in the 2020/21 season will be determined depending on the completion of individual national leagues.”

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