Roadmap put Premiership again after translation Covid-19 is going on very smoothly. After the first two steps are meeting to discuss and negotiate with the players, the third step in the plan to restart the tournament is the solution to the UK Government has also goes smoothly.

Premiership no longer at risk of cancellation: Stay contorted his face lost 340 million pounds
Ministers responsible for sport in the UK, Oliver Dowden (Image Source: Internet)

Ministers responsible for sport in the UK, Oliver Dowden

Ministers responsible for sport in the UK, Oliver Dowden has confirmed that the government full support Premier League but with conditions to ensure safety for the players as well as the community. "Today, the meeting on the progress of the resumption Premiership has been extremely smooth. We achieved consensus on the health of the players, coaches and team personnel are put on top.

The British government fully supported the plans to bring professional soccer back in June. Current job depends entirely Football League when they must come up with a detailed plan. " With this statement, the Premier League has been canceled squeaky clean risk and all just waiting for the date set be announced later meeting on next Monday (18/5).

However, even if the 92 matches remaining fully completed, the Premiership clubs remain extremely sad welcome news. Mirror newspaper reported that the team will have to return about 340 million pounds in royalties TV game by not taking place as expected.

Premiership no longer at risk of cancellation: Stay contorted his face lost 340 million pounds
Premier League back then the team has lost a large sum of money (Image Source: Internet)

Premier League back then the team has lost a large sum

Besides, the team was faced with bills of up to £ 750,000 to enhance protection for today's match in a state audience. This force will be concentrated outside the stadium to ensure that spectators do not gather too crowded and too close.

Currently, organizers Premier League is considering quitting neutral ground due to encounter much opposition from many clubs. Thus, the teams in the Premiership will have spent "quite a bit" before dreamed of £ 742 sum - TV royalties of 92 matches remaining.

However, the team remains optimistic and expected date of return. CEO Paul Barber hope the fans will understand the situation and adhere to the principle of isolation. Besides, he also called for support from the police to stabilize the security and availability suppressed opponents deliberately "hurdles" harms competition plans no audience.