Few reasons to celebrate. The celebration of the classic ‘Boxing Day’ has sparked controversy in the Premier League. Due to the recent outbreak of COVID-19 infection in clubs, many coaches have been against playing these games and have been highly critical of complying with the rules so that the sporting activity can continue.
“We have to start over, the fans at the matches should be vaccinated, get a boost if that is what is decided; but as part of that, hand sanitizer, social distancing and masks too. It is possible that the restaurants will remain open,” Pep Guardiola told a news conference. Football can go on.”
In turn, the Manchester City strategist expressed his concern about the possibility of returning to playing matches behind closed doors. This procedure has already been carried out in countries such as Germany.
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“Honestly, I wouldn’t like him. You can’t imagine how different it is to play with people. But cases are on the rise worldwide, not just in the UK, but in football bubbles as well.. These people go to stadiums and they can contaminate others because people in stadiums don’t wear masks.”
It should be noted that the Citizen team will be responsible for opening this important day against Leicester City at the Etihad Stadium. Those led by the Spaniards are one of the few teams that have not reported positive cases and will seek to continue to lead the English Premier League.