The head of the English Professional Players Association, Gordon Taylor, said that less than 45 minutes of streak is being done for the time being when football matches return, after being discontinued due to the repercussions of the emergence of the new Corona virus.
“Discussions about the resumption of the Premier League competitions are under way, but the players have concerns about their safety,” Taylor said in comments to the BBC.He added: “They are not stupid, they will put safety first.”
The English Premier League hopes to return competition competitions next June 8 (hawairan) next.
He continued: “We do not know the future, but we know what proposals were proposed, what ideas were raised, the possibility of adding more substitutions, and the matches may not be 45 minutes complete for each half. There are negotiations to be held on neutral courts.”
He concluded: “You want to maintain the integrity of the competition perfectly, and of course all of this relates to playing on the ground and outside, and the same group of players existed as before the competition stopped.”