Newcastle United manager Steve Bruce has said they should delay Premier League restart plans as players are currently battling with so many things of which fitness is one. The manager said they should consider delaying its planned restart plans, according to him players need more time to regain fitness.
English Premier League clubs will be meeting tomorrow Monday to discuss rules around training during the coronavirus pandemic. The league is looking at June 12 resumption but Steve Bruce is thinking otherwise, he wants the league to restart later.
Steve Bruce said: “We need enough preparation time to get these players into shape or they are just going to fall down like a pack of cards.” “Most of the managers have the same concerns. We would need at least six weeks. I don’t see how we can play games until the back end of June.
“You have to remember that they have had eight weeks off and that is probably the longest break some of these players have had in their careers,” Steve Bruce added. While Bruce is looking at a later resumption date, some players are looking a total termination of the league because it will mean putting players lives at risk.
Danny Rose is one of the players against the resumption of the league, the player said people’s “lives were at risk”, while former Manchester United player Darren Fletcher has said he would have been hesitant to return to action if he was still playing. Steve Bruce speaking about Rose said: “Danny Rose expressed his concerns, but I’ve spoken to him and he is coming back as well,”
Now, with all these concerns we doubtful if the English Premier League will resume the time they are looking at resuming because if they resume and players refuse to play because is their lives that is at stake here, it will waste of time. Top of Form