Four Premier League doctors have expressed their concern at the league’s proposals to resume the season.
The doubts have been voiced ahead of Monday’s crucial meeting of the Premier League’s shareholders.
Its thought that the doctor’s have submitted questions, over the plans to restart the season before the gathering.
Its a meeting that may be effected by the government’s update on Sunday.
Where the pathway of how the UK will remove itself from lockdown, is set to be announced.
The government has signaled that a return to action for all sports, would be a positive move.
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said at the government’s daily briefing, that resuming sport would lift the spirits of the nation.
Players to be Tested Twice Per Week
The medical view of how the Premier League can be restarted is to test players twice per week.
Its part of a protocol that has been drafted by Premier League medical advisor Dr Mark Gillett.
The approach was devised after consultations with other major European leagues, including La Liga and the Bundesliga.
All of the tests will be paid for by the Premier League.
The examination process will also be privately sourced.
So there will be no compromised schedules for public initiatives, in testing key workers.
Uefa Wants Detailed Review
Professor Tim Meyer, Uefa’s medical committee chairman, has stated all football organisations will have produce a full restart medical plan.
All sanitary and operational conditions, would have to be declared before any league continued.
If these conditions are complicit with local legislation, then Meyer believes it is possible to resume all football competitions.