In connection with the ongoing pandemic of the coronavirus and the discussion of several approaches to resuming the game, the English top-flight was suspended in March.
Premier League should be postponed until July
Gary Neville has said the English Premier League should consider restarting the July date. Even though the government allowed the league to return on June 1. In connection with the ongoing pandemic of the coronavirus and the discussion of several approaches to resuming the game. The English top-flight was suspended in March. On Monday, the English government published a 50-page document annulling the forced lockdown of coronavirus in England. Which could result in a restart of the Premier League on June 1. The report was published the day after Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced a roadmap for the gradual lifting of lockdown in England. Neville, however, believes that Johnson’s statement did not help clarify the issues. So there are too many unknowns to resume the game early next month.
“I don’t think anyone understands it, neither in football nor in the country,” Neville told journalists. “You all saw the consequences of the rambling mess that we had to watch on Sunday night”. “Yesterday it became a little clearer with the additional information that was released. But I think the Premier League hung up their hat on further guidance that they did not receive”. Maybe at this point, they need to think about the July start, and not about the June start. We are approaching and approaching the deadline. “One of the important points of contention in the Premier League initiative of “Project Restart” usage of neutral venues. While some clubs located near the bottom of the league expressed their disagreement.
The league’s potential resumption was also called into question on Sunday when Brighton confirmed that three players tested positive for Covid-19. “Despite all the measures we have taken over the past few weeks, where players have not been involved in any or significant training, we’ve still suffered another player testing positive for the virus, “said Brighton CEO Paul Barber. As the Premier League continues to debate its potential return to action, the Bundesliga should be the first major league in Europe to resume play on Saturday.