The leaders of the English Premier League want to play football in June. Several clubs have opened training places for the players. The “resumption of the project” of the Premier League is in full swing. But former England and Manchester United defender Gary Neville doesn’t like it at all.
June 8th for the @premierleague return! This is being briefed anonymously. No-one wants to put their name against this one!
— Gary Neville (@GNev2) April 30, 2020
Football – Gary Neville
Neville fears that the UK coronavirus lock will soon be over and that he will try to get back into football quickly, putting players’ lives at risk. Manchester United legend observes the distinctive “money Maya” in this rush of the English Premier League. “People are now looking at the risk,” he told Sky Sports on Wednesday. How many more people have to die before the Premier League tastes bad? A? A player? Do you need to go to an intensive care unit? What risks do we have to take? Earlier in the day, FIFA chief medical officer Michelle D’Hugh said football should not be played before September.
Neville repeated Michelle D’Hugh in the current general health situation and said, “If health comes first, we have the same result at the moment. How many players have asthma? How many players have diabetes? Have you dealt with the matter and don’t you want to endanger these people? ‘
The United Kingdom is one of the countries most affected by the Covid 19 epidemic. So far, more than 21,000 people have died of the corona. The country remains closed until May 8th. However, the government is positive about the resumption of football if the virus is brought under control. The German sports minister says the Bundesliga is expected to resume next month.
Dutch football officials have since ended the country’s top football league, the ERDVC. No team was declared champion, no team was overtaken or relegated. French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe has said that football will not start in his country, at least before September. And after this announcement, the French League One also ended in an unfinished state. However, the reason for Neville’s concern in this situation is an attempt to end the Premier League season, in which the financial aspect is great. There are still 92 games in the Premier League.