And the British newspaper The Telegraph reported that the English Premier League has now set a date for the resumption of the season. According to the information, the time has come again on June 17th. And it comes out in first place, the two-match Aston Villa, Sheffield United, Manchester City and Arsenal. Later on Thursday, the League confirmed the clubs’ agreement.
Thursday evening Premier League is also confirmed The news: All clubs agree to start the season again on June 17.
Today we have tentatively agreed to resume the Premier League season on June 17, league director Richard Masters said on the league’s website, adding that all safety measures and requirements must be met for it to be successful.
Four teams have yet to play 29 games this season, and it is the four teams that will be the first to go out when the season resumes.
Sheffield United will visit Aston Villa on Wednesday, June 17, while Manchester City will visit Arsenal.
The matches are played in front of empty stands
Later that week over the weekend a full round of matches will follow.
All matches will be played in front of empty stands. However, the clubs agreed that all of the remaining 92 matches would be televised in the United Kingdom.
Unfortunately, the matches will be held without fans in the stands. Therefore, we are pleased that we have found a positive solution so that the fans can watch the remaining matches, says Masters.
Also yesterday, the clubs had a meeting. Then team training was on the agenda and The clubs unanimously decided to allow group training with close contact. It was seen as a first step towards resuming the season.
The league hopes to finish the season by the end of the first week of August.
The text and title were updated on January 21 after the Premier League confirmed clubs had agreed a start date.
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