I'M first to admit when other leagues resume I'll be kicking Belarus into touch but Greg could stay with them all season.
To be fair he's been spending time on research and the hard work paid off with four wins out of four over the weekend.
Well done to all the winners and those who are tipping and betting on esports and stay at home darts.
Clubs are hoping to start training on May 18 and play games over six weeks from June 8 behind closed doors and at training grounds and training centres with players staing in nominated hotels.
This of course will make it tougher to predict matches and in Germany too the absence of fans will have to be taken into account.
Serie A sides can return to individual training on May 4 and team training on May 18 after the Italian prime minister announced the first steps in lifting the country's coronavirus lockdown.
There are hopes fixtures with no fans could resume between May 27 and June 2 – with the season finishing in early August.
While Germany, England and Italy are ploughing ahead with their plans in Spain it looks likely the season won't be finished.
La Liga chiefs have offered up three start dates – May 29, June 7 or June 28 – but Spain's sports ministry aren't as enthusiastic and clubs could be forced to share a one billion euro loss.
There was a bit of chat about transfers on the site with rumours of Liverpool making a £200m swoop for PSG's Kylian Mbappe.
Not many clubs will be spending big or at all and the chances of Real Madrid and Barcelona getting involved in big-money moves look slim.
For them it will be swaps and free transfers – so welcome to the real world.