Football’s resume is a struggle of ‘money vs. health,’ says former Premier League club doctor
The world’s richest football league will resume to our screens on June 17 as seen about our latest post on sport.
The agreement was met with excitement by fans all around the world, but for many there is a sense of fear.
Several high-profile players, including Troy Deeney, Sergio Aguero and N’Golo Kante, have all bring forward their anxiety about resuming to action when there is still so much unpredictable shortcomings and so much about the virus that remains un-established.
‘Dr. Ralph Rogers, who has worked in the Premier League, told CNN Sport that those players have cause for concern.’
“I can imagine as a player, I would be very wary about coming back,” says Dr. Rogers. “Especially because there’s so much about this coronavirus [we don’t know] and people are dying. I completely understand that.
“What we know about this virus is that we should be doing social distancing. You can’t even go into Waitrose [supermarket] without being six feet apart, so unless they’re changing the rules of football it might be a little bit premature,” added Dr. Rogers.
“The virus is indiscriminate, it will attack anybody.”