The Hornets are currently without six players after Adrian Mariappa tested positive for Covid-19, along with two other self-insulators and three, including Troy Deeney, choosing not to resume training.
The Blades supporter went on Twitter to voice his grievances, posting, “I never had much opinion on Watford before that, but they behaved in a vile manner throughout this situation (sp ), the tactics used to try to avoid relegation are ridiculously transparent. I would be embarrassed if I was a supporter of Watford. “
Kabasele responded sarcastically on social media, saying, “So let me explain our tactics: we inject covid19 once a week. We attract the player / staff member who gets it this way, we are sure to never play again and avoid relegation, “as well as an emoji of a person covering his face with his hand.
With the restart of the Premier League project still in phase one, it remains to be seen exactly if and when the division can return, with suggestions that action may resume in progress as early as June 12.
Kabasele is however not convinced that this is possible and, recently, Counter attack podcast, he called for caution from the powers that be.
“Nothing has been confirmed yet,” he said. “Personally, I follow the news in the media because nothing is official yet.
“We (see) are talking about June 12. I think it is impossible because it would be less than three weeks of training after a long period of time doing nothing, it is a risk for us.
“I’m not sure, I have no information, but I don’t think we’re going to start on June 12. The most obvious choice for me is late June. That way, you have at least four weeks to train with the team if possible.
” We will see. Right now, that’s a big question mark about it. “