We think we should postpone the entire Premier League day to next weekend, did he say.
His scheduled match on Tuesday against Manchester United had already been postponed due to a bulge of cases at the Red Devils.
The number of COVID-19 cases is increasing in all clubs. Everyone is subject to this […] Postponing this day as well as the (Quarterfinals) Coupe de la Ligue (scheduled for next Tuesday and Wednesday) would give everyone at least a week, four or five days to purge and do whatever it takes. training centers, begged.
This would break the chain of (pollution) in all the clubsDane said again.
Brentford is due to play in Southampton on Saturday.
The Premier League announced a weekly record of positive COVID results on Monday since testing went viral in May 2020 with 42 positive samples out of 3,805 tests among players and staff.
The UK is also on the front line in Europe when it comes to the spread of the new Omicron variant with 78,610 new cases recorded on Wednesday.
Besides Brentford-Manchester United, Brighton-Tottenham scheduled for Sunday will play, as will Burnley-Watford, whose game was canceled on Wednesday two hours before the match, later due to the pandemic.
Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers expressed his regret on Wednesday that Thursday’s match against Tottenham were to continue despite nine missing due to coronavirus, illness and injury.
Also on Wednesday, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp called for more transparency over COVID-19 cases.
I don’t understand at all why we don’t open up more about this. Lots of people are getting COVID right now, it’s a fact. If I picked it up, and wish I didn’t, I wouldn’t have a problem saying it, has confirmed.
Why does no one say the number of players reached? It is always: “a certain number of employees or players”. Come and say it so that everyone understands why we can’t play, he added.
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