The recent Covid-19 positive cases have worried the Premier League before the announcement of the next season Premier League schedule.
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14 Covid-19-positive cases were recorded at 12 Premier League clubs
The Telegraph reported that a total of 14 Covid-19 positive cases were recorded at 12 Premier League clubs, from the moment the teams returned to training to prepare for the new season. on September 12.
The defending champions Liverpool have recorded a Covid-19 case this week after training in Austria, while MU, Man City, Chelsea and Wolves have yet to ask their players to return to training due to their recent training. End of mission in the European arena.
Like Jurgen Klopp’s teachers and students, a series of other Premier League clubs such as Tottenham, Everton, Southampton, West Ham, Crystal Palace, Leicester, Newcastle, Sheffield United, Brighton, and rookie Leeds United have all returned to practice.
West Brom and Burnley return on Thursday (August 20), while Aston Villa has not yet returned, although captain Jack Grealish has posted a photo on his personal Instagram saying he is returning to England to join his team. team after a vacation. Arsenal and Fulham have not yet returned after the end of the 2019/20 season because they also lost more time to fight in the FA Cup and relegation play-offs.
The numbers so far are unofficial, as the Premier League BTC will only start publishing test results when the new season starts next month.
The players repeatedly posted photos that broke the social distance rules
The British press said that clubs fear new infections will increase in the near future, when the world of players repeatedly posts photos that break the rules of social separation to party with rival stars in the rest day just now.
Tottenham’s Dele Alli pictured with Leicester’s James Maddison in Ibiza, including Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish, while West Ham star Declan Rice was on vacation with Chelsea’s Mason Mount on the Greek island of Mykonos. Danny Drinkwater of Chelsea was also seen hanging out with Leicester’s Ben Chilwell.
It is not clear if any of these players have Covid-19, or whether they have contributed to spreading the epidemic to other Premier League clubs. Prior to that, club staff and players had followed strict rules regarding the prevention of the coronavirus, but recently things have been loosened up by clubs, giving players time. resting time to relax.
All Premier League clubs will undergo testing in the next few days, and with just over 3 weeks left until the start of the season, the Premier League schedule organizers are looking forward to the opening round. was pushed back because of the negative information.
Players will be tested once a week as the season progresses, instead of twice a week as between May and July 2020. All current cases will have to quarantine themselves for at least 7 days.
Also according to information from the British media, the Premier League schedule for the 2020/21 season will be announced by the organizers of the tournament at 9:00 p.m. local time.
MU and Man City will not play in the last two weekends of the opening round due to the extra break because they attend the European arena. They may be scheduled to play for the first few days of the following week.
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