They're not the right players to be evaluated before key workers, says Ben Foster
Watford goalkeeper Ben Foster says it would be bad for Premier league Players will be screened for the coronavirus before medical workers as plans for the project restart continue.
Twice weekly tests for Premier league players are part of the plan to resume the Premier league next month after it was suspended in March because of the pandemic.
Footballers are not essential key workers, we should not have access to the evidence before the front line workers, Foster told BBC Newsbeat on Friday.
the Association of professional footballers (PFA), Premier league chiefs and the government held a conference call this week to discuss safety measures for a restart.
On Thursday British Secretary for Culture and Sport Oliver Dowden said the government was opening the door to football come back next month in empty stadiums.
Se planea otra reunión para el lunes cuando the jugadores deben regresar al entrenamiento grupal inicial bajo las reglas de distanciamiento social. Con el número de muertos en Gran Bretaña a casi 34,000 por el virus, varios jugadores han expresado su inquietud ante un regreso tan rápido.
Foster dice que the jugadores aún no están seguros de cómo funcionará exactamente 'Project Restart .
Realmente no tengo ni idea de cómo van a funcionar. Es casi imposible encontrar soluciones, dijo el ex goalkeeper del Manchester United e Inglaterra.
I don't know if we have to wear masks when we go back to training, I have no idea. It will no longer be normal, a completely different set of circumstances.
"How do you socially distance from a corner? Can a goalkeeper spit on their gloves?"
June 12 is the proposed date for a Premier league resumption but many issues still need to be resolved.
"You can't go risking people's health to be playing football . Health is the most important thing. Going back to playing has to be done when the time is right," Foster said.