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All change: Stephen Baxter and David Healy would usually be making training and European preparations at this time of year

All change: Stephen Baxter and David Healy would usually be making training and European preparations at this time of year

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Larne boss Tiernan Lynch

Larne boss Tiernan Lynch

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All change: Stephen Baxter and David Healy would usually be making training and European preparations at this time of year

The biggest question facing Irish League football is not how, if at all, this season will be completed or how the next campaign will look.

The major concern for the domestic game is how it can be sustainable without fans attending matches in significant numbers.

According to the NI Executive's plan to resume Northern Irish football, behind closed doors matches can commence at stage four.