Friday, May 1, 2020

Premier League to restart season on June 12 with games to be played at neutral grounds amid Coronavirus pandemic

Premier League to restart season on June 12 with games to be played at neutral grounds amid Coronavirus pandemic 

The Premier League will return on June 12 with games to be played away from public scrutiny at nonpartisan grounds, if the Government gives the green light in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic.

On Friday, a video gathering meeting was held between the 20 "investor" Premier League clubs and they talked about the standards and guidelines upon the arrival for preparing, just as matches being played away from public scrutiny because of the worldwide emergency.

As per The Sun, It was concurred at the gathering that matches will be hung on unbiased grounds from clogged urban territories as a component of the class' 'Venture Restart' plan to continue playing.

West Ham's London Stadium including Arsenal's Emirates and the Etihad home of Manchester City are likely going to be the last scenes where the games will be played. Be that as it may, no club will be permitted to play in their own home ground.

Head League clubs are as of now wanting to begin some type of formal preparing from May 18, with an objective for the arrival of games to continue the season on June 12.

The clubs consented to meet again next Friday, and present the arrangement to the administration for endorsement.

Peruse the full explanation beneath:

A league statement said: 'At a meeting of Premier League Shareholders today, clubs discussed possible steps towards planning to resume the 2019/20 season, when it is safe and appropriate to do so.

It was reiterated that the thoughts of all are with those directly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Furthermore, the Premier League’s priority is the health and safety of players, coaches, managers, club staff, supporters and the wider community.

'The League and clubs are considering the first tentative moves forward and will only return to training and playing with Government guidance, under expert medical advice and after consultation with players and managers. The League welcomed the creation of the Government medical working group for a return of elite sport, which met for the first time this morning.

'No decisions were taken at today’s Shareholders’ meeting and clubs exchanged views on the information provided regarding Project Restart. It was agreed that the PFA, LMA, players and managers are key to this process and will be further consulted.'

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