The English Premier League won’t resume at the start of May and continues to be suspended indefinitely involving the coronavirus pandemic.
However, on Friday, the soccer police said the 2019/20 year is only going to restart”as it was secure and proper to do this”.
The Premier League said the”overriding priority would be to help the health and well-being of the country and our communities, such as coaches, players, managers, team employees and fans”.
English soccer authorities are working closely with all the UK government and public agencies to attain a solution.
However, the league once more stressed their desire for”all remaining domestic cup and league matches to be performed” to keep competition ethics.
“But any return to perform will simply be with the complete support of authorities and if medical advice allows.”
Financial consequences for English soccer
All of 20 Premier League clubs agreed to consult with their players more than a 30% pay cut to encourage the contest during the monetary losses of their suspension.
A marriage meeting will be held to discuss this request further with clubs and players agents on Saturday.
Steps are also introduced to provide financial aid to teams in the Football League and National League, together with another unanimous vote determining which #125 million (> $141 m) will be advanced during the soccer pyramid to encourage teams in the brief term.
“The broad collection and appeal of the Premier League and also our clubs will continue to be utilized to promote significant public health messaging during this catastrophe”, said the announcement.
“The Premier League wants to emphasize that the notions of our clubs are with those directly influenced by COVID-19.”