English clubs have decided to hit their fists at the table. Thus, the Premier League announced on Tuesday that it would not release about sixty foreign players who were invited to play in international tournaments in September to countries classified in the High Govt risk zone, which should be isolated when they return.
Decision taken Reluctantly but unanimously“About”60 players to travel to 26 countries on the red list (…)“English government, the league clarified, assuming it will be”Absolutely unreasonable in the current situationRichard Masters, its chairman, was quoted in the speech as saying that according to the rules currently in force, any person traveling in these countries must be isolated for ten days at the hotel selected by the authorities.
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Such isolation “Not only will it be very detrimental to the well-being and health of the players, but it will not make them available to prepare for the two days of the Premier League, one day of the European Championships and the third round of the League Cup.“, Underscores the press release. In many countries in South America, Brazil and Argentina will face Rio on September 5 – especially a shocker about Alison, Fabinho and Roberto Firminho in the city of Manchester. Will usually play.
On Monday, the Egyptian Football Association (EFA), another country on the red list, had already announced that the Reds had refused to release their striker Mohamed Salah. “Premier League clubs have always supported the choice of players to represent their countries (…) However, clubs have come to the conclusion that it is completely unreasonable to have players in the current situation, but reluctantlyRichard Masters, its chairman, was quoted in the speech.
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