While the UK sees the first signs of reduced transmission of new coronoviruses and is studying plans to resume, the country’s sports officials remain optimistic about it Fans returned to the stadium
of the field. In a lecture on football business organized by the Financial Times magazine, the director of Premier League
, Richard Masters, spoke on the subject.
– We have a habit of watching football in stadiums without fans. I don’t want to use it for very long. If all goes well, it will be over and our fans will return soon – he said, in the statements reproduced by the ‘Footbal365’ website.
When asked about the possibility of a comeback at the start of next season, Masters was positive in August this year:
– I trust her. You can’t say for sure, because it Universal epidemic
It surprises us like Christmas, but we haven’t lost hope for a small number of fans this season, whatever happens, depends on the numbers and the decisions of the government.
The Premier League was one of the first major European leagues to test the public’s return to stadiums. In December, some cities had their stadiums cleared to receive fans, but in reduced capacity. The UK is currently out of a new lockdown.