“They should start thinking about a July start”: Neville warns PL will be delayed in project restart
‘They should start thinking about a July start’: Gary Neville warns the face of the Premier League DELAYING Project Restart with ’25 percent ‘players refusing to return despite government green light
- Gary Neville has warned Premier League that a start in June could be too soon
- Project Restart hopes to get the season going again next month
- But Jamie Carragher believes ’25 percent ‘of the dressing room will be against
- In light of this, Marcel says the competition may need to consider a later start date
Gary Neville has called on the Premier League to postpone their proposed project restart until July, after anticipated player turmoil.
The Premier League plans to restart next month following Boris Johnson’s Sunday evening announcement of the gradual lifting of lockdown restrictions in England.
But former Man Utd defender Neville speaking on Sky Sports’ The football showBelieves that the league and clubs can get a nasty shock when the timetable is presented in dressing rooms across the country.
Gary Neville believes that the Premier League Project Restart may have to roll back to July
Premier League CEO Richard Masters wants to restart the season next month
“I don’t think anyone is clear, in football or in the countryside,” said Marcel.
“You’ve all seen the result of the mess we had to face Sunday night. Things got a bit clearer yesterday with the further information released, but I think the Premier League hung up on their hats for further guidance they didn’t get.
“Maybe they should think about starting in July instead of starting in June. We are getting closer to a deadline. ‘
Earlier, fellow expert and ex-Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher called three to four players in each squad ‘suspicious’ of the restart proposal.
Danny Rose insists that football should not return while people’s lives are in danger of the virus
Danny Rose, on loan to Tottenham in Newcastle, explicitly outlined his opposition to restarting football, given the current corona virus crisis yesterday.
“I think like Jamie [Carragher] number is correct, three or four in a team [not wanting to play] that’s a pretty large percentage, 25 percent of a team, ”Neville added.
“There is economic pressure, there is a health problem pending, but there is a series of communication that has to take place with players. But if they can get some sort of government liability, I think the Premier League will try to reboot. ‘