Premier League reportedly bans tackling in training as part of new directive

Premier League reportedly bans tackling in training as part of new directive

- Premier League board are banning tackling in training

- The Premier League is currently on suspension because of covid-19

- Clubs are planning to resume training this coming Monday

Premier League board have reportedly banned tackling in training among the players as the English topflight gears up to resume after after almost three months that the term went on break.

The threat of coronavirus has been stopping the Premier League from resuming with the League body yet to come up with the official date for resumption.

Although there have been reports that the body in charge of the Premier League are preparing to make the season resume in June this year.

And according to the latest report on Sportbible, the League body have came up with some rules and regulations that will guide players from contracting coronavirus.

Players will be split into five groups and remain two metres apart to maintain social distancing, though there must be no contact whatsoever, meaning any tasty tackles are banned.

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Sessions must last no longer than 75 minutes and pitches, corner flags, balls, cones and goalposts need to be disinfected before and after every bit of training.

The report also added that tests on coronavirus will be carried for players twice in a week so as to make sure that things are going on smoothly.

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Meanwhile, Liverpool are currently topping the Premier League table with the hopes of them lifting the title this season.

Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how elders in Maverley which is a community in Jamaica have been remembered by Manchester City winger Raheem Sterling who sent some coronavirus palliatives to them on Monday, May 11.

The entire world are facing the consequence of the heartbreak of coronavirus which has affected the global economy so badly that many firms are no longer making profits.

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Raheem Sterling was born in this community where he was raised up until the age of 5 when his father was shot and killed which forced the England international and his mother to England.

His mother single-handedly raised him up before growing up to become one of the best forwards in the world.

Sterling played a pivotal role in Manchester City's success in the last two seasons winning the Premier League titles.

Jamaica are not that badly affected with cases of coronavirus unlike America, and despite that, Raheem Sterling still have the love of where he was born in his heart.

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