Premier League clubs hold promising talks over possibility of introducing safe standing
Football stadiums in the top flight and Championship have had to be all-seater grounds ever since the 1989 Hillsborough disaster.
But Premier League clubs held discussions today in London over the possibility of introducing safe standing to their stadiums.
Celtic have already installed a safe standing section at Celtic Park this season that has received mostly positive reviews.
And there were reports last month that Manchester United officials visited Celtic's ground to establish whether they could follow a similar suit at Old Trafford.
West Ham co-chairman David Gold believes the meeting... read more
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