Premier League and EFL players are said to be far from keen about the idea of having to rush to complete the season by 30 June, due to the amount of fixtures that would need to be played - while they also have fears about returning to action while the coronavirus persists.
It was originally announced that all Premier League, EFL and Women's Super League action would be postponed until at least 3 April due to the coronavirus pandemic, but this has now been delayed until 30 April at the earliest.
The Premier League, EFL and PFA met today and discussed the the growing impact of COVID-19 on professional football in England— Premier League (@premierleague) March 27, 2020
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The PFA's deputy chief executive recently admitted that there is a growing likelihood the remainder of the current season will be played out behind closed doors as there are few alternatives. Similarly, following a meeting of Premier League clubs, it was reported that they are
This congested fixture schedule as well as the prospect of playing so frequently has led to players feeling as though their concerns 'are not being considered'.
Source : 90min