The Premier League has announced that clubs have voted in favour of taking team trainings to the next stage, as they continue to work towards restarting the league.
In a bid to continue to push for 2019/2020 season to restart, Premier League clubs have voted for teams to kick start group trainings involving contacts.
All twenty EPL teams resumed training for a over a week, albeit individually. But it was announced today through Premeir League’s official website that clubs have voted anonymously to take training sessions to the nex step.
Premier League Shareholders today voted unanimously to resume contact training, marking another step towards restarting the Premier League season, when safe to do so
— Premier League (@premierleague) May 27, 2020
“Premier League Shareholders today voted unanimously to resume contact training, marking another step towards restarting the Premier League season, when safe to do so.
Squads are now able to train as a group and engage in tackling while minimising any unnecessary close contact.
The Premier League’s priority is the health and wellbeing of all participants.
Strict medical protocols are in place to ensure the training ground is the safest environment possible and players and staff will continue to be tested for COVID-19 twice a week.” The statement read.
They assured that all stakeholders are working towards restarting the most watched and entertaining league in the world when all conditions have been met, with the health of involved personnel held in high regards.