Premier League clubs will remain a minute of silence before matches resume

Premier League clubs will remain a minute of silence before matches resume

The Premier League clubs returned to training in May

A minute of silence to remember those who died with the Coronavirus will be held before the first games when the English Premier League resumes.

Honors will be prior to the opening of two games on June 17 and the first full round of next weekend’s matches.

Heart-shaped badges will also be worn in honor of front-line NHS staff in groups.

Clubs agreed on a set of medical and operating protocols to resume the season at a meeting on Thursday.

There will be severe restrictions on those who are allowed to enter stadiums on match days and the stadiums will be divided into regions, including the tunnel and stadium.

In total, there will be only 300 people in each stadium, with no more than 110 in the “red zone” including players, club staff and officials.

There will be a deep cleaning of corner flags, goal goals, replacement boards and match balls before and after all fixtures.

Some additional disinfection, such as a replacement plate after its use, is likely to take place during matches and in half the time, while other work will be carried out during beverage breaks if the tournament permits.

Medical protocols state that teams and trained personnel must travel to and from games, taking into account social spacing.

The club will be encouraged to fly on longer-distance trips to reduce hotel use, and the temperature of each player and coach will be checked before they arrive at the stadium.

Players or coaches will not be required to wear masks in stadiums, as they did on the bench during the Bundesliga matches, but the fourth official as well as doctors and physicists will do so.

All players will be encouraged not to spit or wipe their noses and not to break social spacing during goal celebrations.

There will be no boys or girls from the balls and a system of alternative sterile balls will be used. Players will have to sterilize as they enter and leave the field of play.

The Premier League players are working on a tribute from Black Lives Matter but the details are not over.

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The Premier League has been suspended since March 13 due to an epidemic.

The schedule of matches in the first three rounds was confirmed on Friday, with 33 of 92 matches remaining on the free broadcast platforms.

The league will resume on Wednesday when Aston Villa hosts Sheffield United at 18:00 GMT, with Manchester City against Arsenal at 20:15.

The teams returned to the communication training at the end of May. In the latest round of tests in the Premier League clubs, there was one positive person for Covid-19.

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