This gesture is designed to mitigate their financial uncertainty while football is currently postponed until April 30, 2020. We look forward to welcoming football back to Emirates Stadium as soon as possible.
Arsenal postpones plans again
Arsenal postponed plans to return to training on Tuesday. The Premier League giants admitted that it would be “irresponsible” to call back the players during ongoing coronavirus restrictions. Seeking to curb the spread and threat of a global pandemic, governments around the world. Try to avoid unnecessary travel and public gatherings. A grouping of professional athletes and women in London Colney will fall into this category. Arsenal recognizes the same and continues to follow the necessary protocols at an indefinite time for the general population. Organise to start training again on March 24 were introduced when it became known that against the backdrop of Mikel Arteta contracting Covid-19, 14 days of self-isolation would be required.
Arteta feels ‘Very good’
The Spaniard again feels “very good,” but he will not be allowed to return to work. Arsenal said in a statement on their official website: “Our male first-team players have been supposed to return to training on Tuesday. After 14 days of isolation after Mikel Arteta’s positive diagnosis of the virus.”As a result of this situation, it’s clear that it would be inappropriate and irresponsible to ask players to return at this time.”Therefore, our male first team, women, and academy players all remain at home.”Arteta’s diagnosis came before competitive football in England, which closed indefinitely. It is unclear when the actions of the Premier League will return to the plan, while in the entire sports world. There will be a desire to achieve the completion of the current campaigns against the backdrop of unforeseen disruptions.
Football suspended until April 30
Since it is unclear when the deferrals will be canceled, those who fill in random roles inside football clubs are faced with an uncertain future. Arsenal is doing everything possible to help this matter. From the north of London, the outfit must pay for dates and employees not related to the matches until April 30. Vinai Venkatesham, managing director of the Gunners, said: “These are difficult times for everyone, but especially for our casual workers.”This gesture is designed to mitigate their financial uncertainty while football is currently suspended until April 30, 2020. “We look forward to welcoming football back to Emirates Stadium as soon as possible.”