While we all try to adjust ourselves to this “new normal” status quo after the coronavirus outbreak, things have gotten a little better these days. Slowly, most of the football leagues from Europe are trying to continue from where they left off. Bundesliga is just starting today and what could be more exciting than watching our favorite footballers on action? Maybe betting on their action might spice things up a little bit more and if you are wondering where to, just register for the best betting software and enjoy the highest odds on the market.
Like we said, most of the leagues are trying to get back and Premier League is also one of them. In other news, just yesterday League One’s teams had a little hard time deciding whether the English Football League should resume or not. The same issue is happening in the Premier League as well. But on Thursday, the government gave a green light to opening doors for the return of football in the UK in June. Culture Secretary sat in a meeting with the Football Association and they said Premier League and EFL had some progressed plans. They also added that they have plans including the wide live coverage of the events so fans could live the excitement better.
Also, the Premier League had met on Monday to discuss about “Project Restart” and a possible return to action on June 12th, of course with matches played without an audience.
All before these, Project Restart has been built last month after Arsenal, Brighton, and West Ham United had opened their training grounds to players for individual work on April 27th. And since then, the plans to resume the Premier League had stepped up.
Let’s remember that the Premier League was suspended on March 13th due to coronavirus pandemic and there were only 9 fixtures left to play for most of the teams. Some players also tested positive for coronavirus. So now health authorities are indicating that they will work on finishing the season safely with obeying the social distancing rules. They said, "We will have to see how that goes before we can even think about moving on to the return of competitive football matches”. You can see that it has been well thought to keep players’ and club workers’ health safe but we can see how effective those will be if they’ll be implemented well.
The government also kept its place and warned the public that if games won’t take place like it is planned, then the Project Restart might be left hanging in the balance. While we are all waiting for official news to come out for the Premier League, you can check the best betting software and see what they can offer on the other leagues which already are resuming.
UPDATE: In our original post we explained when the Premier League would return and what kind of actions were taken in terms of Project Restart. But now we also have a great update about this: Premier League teams voted to continue the league! After an emergency meeting with the elite league clubs it was decided to start the trainings on May 19th. There will be no team practices but teams will be allowed to practice in small groups, no more than five. To ensure the teams' safety, a couple of surveillance measures are planned to be taken such as: surprise inspections, GPS tracking and video analyses.