Fans return to grounds, Millwall communications chief interview
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Kevin and Kieran look into the government's decision to allow fans back into grounds after lockdown two, the legacy outgoing PFA boss Gordon Taylor will leave behind, and why the SFA say Scottish football is set to lose £100m because of Covid. They also chat to Millwall communications chief, Billy Taylor.

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