The Premier League football fields will be closed for Covid-19

An on-field pitch without an audience is the Premier League's first solution against Covid-19. Photo: Getty.
An on-field pitch without an audience is the Premier League's first solution against Covid-19. Photo: Getty.

What fans MU, Liverpool and other clubs fear is imminent when the Premier League organizers have planned to close the fields to prevent the Covid-19 epidemic.

According to the Daily Mail, the Covid-19 outbreak is booming in the UK with 460 cases reported as of March 12. If 40 new cases are recorded, that means a total of 500 cases, the English Premier League will trigger the option of organizing matches without an audience.

The matches in the Premier League will be fully played live on television. Even so, the places watching football crowded in the foggy country did not play matches.

Prior to that, the Serie A tournament was postponed to at least April. The La Liga organizers have approved a plan to ban the audience for two weeks. However, clubs and players reacted strongly, asking La Liga to postpone to avoid affecting professional quality.

A series of matches in the Champions League and Europa League were disturbed because of the representatives of Italy. Getafe club declared not to Italy as Inter guests, accepted to be disqualified for health. UEFA must postpone this match, similar to the match between Sevilla and AS Roma.

On the morning of March 12, Juventus made European football chaos when declaring defender Daniele Rugani positive for corona virus. The Italian press is concerned that Rugani could infect Cristiano Ronaldo and his teammates at Juventus, when three days ago, he appeared in the match against Inter. Inter team also announced to cancel all activities to monitor the health of the player.

Source: https://behecare.com/

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