They've just had a 10 week break, did you miss that part, by the way why can't there be a proper winter break then push back the end of next season by 1 or 2 weeks?
You missed everything I said. For the third time.
The winter break has to go. It was never a proper winter break anyway. A real winter break is 6-8 weeks of no football. No training camps, no friendlies, no cup ties, no activity, zero. It's not a week "off" with FA Cup games thrown in.
In terms of the future, the "10 week break" doesn't mean a lot tbh. Players are currently rusty, unfit, and filling up treatment rooms across Europe. So after 12 months of non stop football demands, it would count for nothing.