Premier League players don’t want to be guinea pigs, says PFA chief

Lahoma Whitelow


Premier League players do not want to be found as guinea pigs in the Task Restart prepare, Qualified Footballers’ Association chief executive Gordon Taylor has reported.

It was verified Monday by the United Kingdom govt that professional sports will be equipped to resume on June one as the region seems to slowly return to normalcy amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The Premier League, which has been on hold considering that March, is reported to be doing work toward a possible day of June 12 to resume matches.

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Those people ideas, even so, have been achieved with doubts from players which includes Manchester City’s Raheem Sterling, and Danny Rose, who is on loan at Newcastle United from Tottenham.

Rose, referencing converse that the govt would like soccer to return to enhance the nation’s morale, reported in an Instagram Dwell session: “I never give a

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