Premier League extremely insecure: The reason 50% of players do not want to play next
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Premier League extremely insecure: The reason 50% of players do not want to play next


Premier League extremely insecure: The reason 50% of players do not want to play next

Saturday, May 16, 2020 16:16 PM (GMT + 7)

The return of the Premier League this season is still very difficult, as more and more players disagree with this decision.

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In a statement published by DailyMail, former England striker and Aston Villa Gabby Agbonlahor said he “sympathized” with the Premier League players at the present time, when they are “in a difficult situation. difficulty ”about whether or not to return to play football in the near future, when the health risks are not really guaranteed by the tournament organizers.

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Premier League player has not yet agreed to return

“I feel sorry for the players,” Agbonlahor said. “They are being put in a difficult position by clubs. There will be a phone call or a video call saying ‘so you want to come back?’. 50% can say yes, 50% may not. Many players I talked to last week said they wanted to go back, some others said they would not come back.

Agbonlahor said the players are ready to “play back cards” with the Premier League against the “Project Restart.” A few stars playing in the Premier League recently also spoke, typically the striker Sergio Aguero of Man City, then Aaron Cresswell (West Ham), Glenn Murray (Brighton), Danny Rose (Tottenham) ) and Matteo Guendouzi (Arsenal).

Agbonlahor further explained: “They feel uncomfortable about how the return is being pressed. The time set by the organizers is when the players are off for 6-8 weeks, and now they have to play for about 3 weeks or so. It is too urgent. If I had to choose, I think a lot of Premier League players would not want to return.

In a statement, West Ham defender Cresswell criticized the Premier League organ for “ignoring the players’ concerns.” Speaking on his personal Twitter page, Cresswell said: “I think the opinion of the players is not taken seriously by the head of the medical department of the tournament. The most important thing now is everyone’s health. Football can wait. I have a 5-week-old daughter and to be honest I’m a bit scared. ”

In the latest publication, The Sun said that the final decision on the “Restarting Project” will be delayed by at least as late as June, when players’ demands for health care are increasing day by day. increase.

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