Britain's Telegraph newspaper said earlier today Monday, 18/05, Premier League organizers will release to the public on the organization of next ice season 2019/20. Announced that it will include information on the date back, workout plan, the health and safety measures as well as other instructions.

Premier League announced the deadline next stone, threatens SAO punish disobedience
Premier League will announce the new deadline next stone in today 19/6 18/5 (Image Source: Internet)

Premier League will announce the new deadline next stone in today 19/6 18/5

Telegraph said before the club went to a rock to agree on the date, which will be on 19/6 and from now until the time that 20 teams will have about five weeks to prepare for the match. After the announcement was made today, tomorrow 19/5 training activities will be implemented.

Besides, the uniform neutral venue selected to host matches will be voting as early as this Friday, but sooner or not depending on the notice given in today. Known groups plan protests rock neutral ground as Watford or Chelsea were persuaded organizers and make temporary solution to make certain they are secure.

About the safety measures, the Telegraph said a week there will be 1,600 tests were performed and each club will be allocated 80 inspections per week, a member of a club can be tested up to 2 times within 7 days. All costs will be Premier League check payment, not through system health check of the UK government.

Clubs reach an agreement, but the players would still feel concerned with the current situation and they will also get the support of the Association of Professional PFA player. An unnamed senior official of the Premier League organizers recently told Sky Sports frankly know if the players are still thinking about the refusal of training, the club should cut their salaries.

Premier League announced the deadline next stone, threatens SAO punish disobedience
Some Troy Deeney's players like Watford expressed health concerns to be set back (Image Source: Internet)

Some Troy Deeney's players like Watford expressed health concerns to be set back

"I really do not think the players should be paid. Each player has a different contract with current club but common is that once he has paid, the least he can do is show up at the training ground. To this, our views so far as players are paid to the collective, not just emerging competition today, "the official said.

"If you ask anyone on the street, in the hard times of this, that if the person has dared to practice and play football with the players get a checkup 2 times / week and get paid £ 60,000 / week, I guarantee that almost everyone will agree. The reluctance of the other guy bothers me. "