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Premier League plan to resume June 8

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Arrested since early March, the Premier League could resume on June 8. It is in any case the wish of the authorities in England and for this, a well defined plan has been established and sent to the clubs.

Football fans will therefore have to wait for next season in France, but also in Belgium and the Netherlands, to see matches and vibrate again. But with our neighbors, the authorities are still working behind the scenes for a possible resumption of the season in the coming weeks. In England, the Premier League and other competitions have been suspended for an indefinite period , after having been postponed to April 30, that is, today.

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However, the Premier League seems to have found the solution to resume soon. According to information from the Telegraph, the idea of the English championship is to resume competition from June 8, in just over five weeks. And to do this, the English authorities seem to have a fairly precise plan. Thus, still according to the English media, the Premier League has transferred a calendar to the different clubs. In it, the resumption of collective training is set for May 18, but there will be work before.

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Very strict sanitary measures to resume

Everything will obviously depend on the government’s announcements on May 7. If the news is good, the Premier League then hopes to test all the players the weekend of May 9 and 10, to be able to rework in small groups from Monday, May 11, the date of deconfinement in France. If all goes well, the trainings would then resume normal training seven days later, on May 18.

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A very precise plan therefore which also includes very strict health rules, such as the cleaning of balloons or training equipment by the staff, but also the wearing of masks by the players and the lack of care such as messages by medical staff, except in exceptional cases. Club members will also not be allowed to spit on the lawn, and cars must be parked three places apart. It remains to be seen whether the government will give its approval …

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