EPL to consider isolating players for 14 days before the league resumes.


By Dismas Ahwera

Premier League clubs will have toconsider isolating players for up to 14 days in hotels before matches resume, with an”inspector” to be appointed for every training ground to make sure the strict rules are being followed.

The Premier League is lookingat proposals to add artificial fan noise to enhancethe match experience whenthe season resumes.

The EPL plan to make the remainder of the Championship season a festival of football with midweek matches broadcast at tea-times and evenings.

Mauricio Pochettino is now free to embark on the next step of his managerial career after his Tottenham Hotspur gardening leave finally came to an end – one day after the Premier League should have finished.

Roma are set to miss out on signing Manchester United defender Chris Smalling ona permanent basis.

A study has shown that playing games behind closed doors can ‘effectively meana removal of home advantage’.

Plans to film dugouts and technical areas are likely to be rejected, amid fears that managers wearing microphones could bring the game into disrepute.

Raheem Sterling has cast further doubt over Project Restart by insisting that Premier League footballers need at least a month of training before they can play again.

Manchester United have raided the former youth club of Marcus Rashford and Jesse Lingard by signing six youngsters.

Erling Haaland rejected a move to Juventus in January because they wanted to put him in the Under-23 squad.La Liga’s plans to restart the season involve having a maximum of 197people inside the stadium on matchday.

Neil Warnock haspraised Chris Wilder as a tactical genius, with the Sheffield United boss competing for a Champions League place.

Daniel Sturridge is reportedly in talks with two MLS clubs over a proposed move when his FA ban is over.

Jurgen Klopp has slammed claims that the Premier League season should be declared ‘null and void’ as it has been in certain other leagues around Europe.

Kyle Walker’s future at Manchester City is not under threat, despite his recent mis demeanours while on coronavirus lockdown.

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