Neville says Premier League clubs are 'scared' to restart publicly

LONDON: Gary Neville has accused Premier league Clubs are scared to death to publicly endorse the plan to restart the season.

Premier league stakeholders met on Friday to debate how to finish the current campaign, with reports that some clubs want to abandon the season due to the pandemic and others are keen to play all remaining 92 fixtures.

Former Manchester united Defender Neville believes that clubs do not want to be held responsible if a player becomes ill with the coronavirus if the English season resumes.

The French and Dutch seasons have been called off because of the health crisis and while the Premier league have apparently ear-marked a June return, that date is far from set in stone.

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claimingthatthereneedstobemorepubliccommentfromtheclubs,nevillewroteontwitter:plsarehavingacvnightmare.theykeepsayinghealthfirstbutthenconstantlyreportwehavetoreboot.

iwouldrespectthemmoreiftheysaid'weaccepttheincreasedhealthrisk,butitisonethatwearewillingtotakeon.'theywon'tbecausetheyarescaredtodeath!

whenatwitteruseraskednevillewhatwouldhappenifsomeonediedasaresultofthereboot,hesaid:that'swhywehaven'theardasingleprominentceo/president/owner/executiveopenhismouthtoendorsethereport.start!brief/brief/brief!fearofthedeathofresponsibilityandguilt.

beforemakinganexceptionforbrightonastheonlyclubwillingtotakeaposition,nevilleadded:itwouldbegoodforthemtospeakatleastonce.anyofthem!clubsincluded.theyarebottlingthisvirusincommunications.however,iamhappytotellyouwhenyouaredeliveringfoodpackages.

brightonhasheldvirtualpressconferencesduringtheshutdownandceopaulbarbervoicedoppositiontotheideaof​​endingtheseasoninneutrallocationsonhisclub'sofficialwebsiteonsaturday.

despiteclaimsmadebyneville,crystalpalacepresidentsteveparishmadethecasetoreturntoactioninasundaytimescolumn.

"ibelievethatjustasformulaoneisoftentheprecursortodevelopmentsthatbecomestandardingeneralroadvehicles,sopremierleaguefootballwithyourphysicalscience,medicalinfrastructure,andresourcestocareforyourpeople,youcanbegintodefinehowthe'newnormal'couldbeseeninmanyworksettings,parishwrote.

notonlythat,inourcountryandbeyond,peopleneedtofindwaystoadvancementally,toexperiencealittlerelieffromtheconcernsofthiscrisis.

inmyopinion,astoryhereandaconversationthereaboutlastnight'sgamewillnottrivializelossorsuffering,butwillofferalittlerespiteformanypeople.ithasthepowertolightenlives; Why not see if we can use that power? again?

Neville then praised Parish for speaking after being alerted to the article by the president of the Palace.

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