LONDON (ENGLAND) – The more time passes without decisive steps forward, the more difficult it will be for the Premier League to end the season.
It is the fear expressed by the president of Crystal Palace, Steve Parish, on the eve of a meeting between the leaders of the clubs that should define a plan to bring the teams back on the field.
"We would fail in our duty if we didn't find a way to try to resume the season, but it could still prove to be a bigger task than we do," Parish told BBC microphones.
In the past few days alone, Watford, Brighton and Aston Villa have said they are against the plan to organize matches on a neutral pitch to reduce the risk of infection, while social doctors have raised concerns about some aspects of the restart.
Parish suggested "try to follow what is happening in the Bundesliga, also to better understand what are the main challenges to face".
Meanwhile, a new positive case at Covid-19 has been announced by Brighton, the third in a few days.
"It's a problem – said the club's CEO, Paul Barber -.
Despite all the measures we have taken in recent weeks, with players always isolated, here is another case of positivity ".
"After all, we are just people .." tweeted 22-year-old Seagulls midfielder Todd Cantwell.
Source: Blitz Quotidiano