Danny Rose blasts Premier League returning while lives are at risk

The UK government has given the Premier League the green light to restart the season from 1 June

The UK government has given the Premier League the green light to restart the season from 1 June

In theory the broadcasters are due £762m if the season is abandoned or curtailed and the Premier League has made it clear from the start of the coronavirus crisis that having to avoid repaying that money is vital to the future of football and preserving the clubs.

The announcement aids the Premier League's plan to resume its season in June as it held a conference call on Monday with clubs about the logistics involved in playing again.

The UK has recorded more than 223,000 cases and over 32,000 deaths from the coronavirus - the highest number in Europe.

"Football shouldn't even be spoken about till numbers have dropped massively".

"I don't give a f*** about the nation's morale, people's lives are at risk".

Sports events will be allowed to resume in England in June if there is no new spike in coronavirus infections but spectators will not be allowed into stadiums until "significantly later", the government said Monday.

Danny Rose blasts Premier League returning while lives are at risk

A third Brighton player tested positive for Covid-19 on Sunday and is now in self-isolation for 14 days and follows similar incidents in both Germany and Spain over the weekend.

"I knew it was serious when football got cancelled", Sterling said on his YouTube channel.

The England worldwide said on an Instagram Live: "The government is saying we are bringing football back because it is going to boost the nation's morale".

"I feel like once that side of the people's safety and the players' safety is secured, and their wellbeing is looked after, then that's the right time to go back in".

"Until then, I'm.how can I say.not scared but reserved and thinking what the worst outcome could be". I've had friends whose grandma's passed away, I've had family members as well that have passed away.

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