Clubs will realise the true value of fans
With any luck, stadiums will be able to open their gates to fans in early spring of next year. But, even if fans could return to stadiums, would they want to? Until a vaccine is found, they might be too worried about the dangers of crowding into a busy stand to want to risk it. There’s also the financial aspect to consider: lots of people have also suffered financially as a result of the pandemic, and season tickets and following their team all over the country might be a luxury that many simply can’t afford anymore.
As a consequence, we might see a number of clubs taking drastic action to try and woo fans back into the stands. Exactly what form this will take is hard to predict — perhaps ticket prices will be slashed. At any rate, it's important that clubs do everything in their power to show the fans just how much they are valued.
It’s the fans that make clubs great, and if you take away the supporters and the ticket sales they bring in, even the top teams will be in trouble. As a result, I think clubs will realise that they really need the fans more than the fans need them.