Premier League document reveals coronavirus training rules Liverpool and Everton must follow


Premier League clubs will have to accept strict measures when they are finally allowed to resume group training, reports have said.

The British head flight and all elite football in the UK and Europe have been put on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The season was halted on March 13 and remains on hold as speculation intensifies over how the campaign may resume.

The Premier League has expressed its desire to resume the campaign when it is safe to do so, while a number of leagues across Europe have made the decision to end their respective seasons earlier.

In the Netherlands, Eredivisie has been canceled, while France has banned all sporting activities until September at the earliest, which means that Ligue 1 and Ligue 2 will be finished.

According to a report in The Mirror, several measures will be used on the training grounds when the return of group training becomes part of the Premier League plan.

The report says a seven-page document is to be discussed at Friday’s league meeting, which outlines the strict rules that must be followed.

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It is also stated that each player must wear face masks or snoods at all times during training, and soccer balls will be disinfected before and after use by personnel wearing personal protective equipment (PPE).

The report goes on to state that all players will need to pass a COVID-19 (CAT) antigen test within 48 hours before returning to group training.

They will also be tested for potential respiratory problems associated with coronavirus – and everyone will need to agree in writing to follow strict procedures.

These include:

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