lubs Remain Divided Over The Start Of The Premier League, With Votes Being Taken To Agree On Training

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English Premier League clubs are preparing to allow players to train in small groups. Due to the global epidemic of corona virus, athletes are still training alone.

The clubs are preparing to start the league from June 12 and the clubs are preparing to train the players collectively. Clubs have yet to decide whether to resume league games, which have been suspended since March 13 due to the corona virus epidemic.

Although preparations are underway to play the remaining 92 games at a neutral venue, not all clubs seem to agree. Discussions will be held between 20 clubs of the league today. During the discussion, training and medical protocol will be voted on.

If the proposal is passed in the voting, the players will be able to train in groups of five from Tuesday. For the proposal to pass, 14 of the league’s 20 clubs must agree.

The club said that all the protocols have taken precautionary measures including social distance. Last week the British government allowed clubs to start training in person.

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