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- Premier League action will resume on June 17 amid coronavirus pandemic
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Ahead of the June 17 restart of the English Premier League, Liverpool star Andy Robertson has admitted that some players are scared about returning to action amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The 2019/2020 league season was suspended following the spread of the dreaded pandemic which has killed at least 39,000 in the UK.
There have been no football action in England for about three months but the Bundesliga and Danish Superliga have returned, while Serie A and La Liga have return dates.
It was also gathered that Premier League chiefs are working on an idea in which the season will ends latest August 2.
And defender Robertson has admitted that concerns have arisen on Anfield.
He said: “We are following everything, the doctors are staying on top of everything.
"Then we can hopefully get football back on the telly, as I think it can give people around this country a big lift."
"Look I can understand people being a bit nervous. People in our squad were nervous about it at the start.
“I don't think they are now. They see how safe we are being and no stone is left unturned."
Also, Chelsea star Olivier Giroud is concerned about himself and his teammates after they all returned to training amid the global pandemic.
The Frenchman claimed that their training routine in Chelsea's camp is having an adverse effect of them adding that almost all of his teammates have developed blisters.
Premier League is set to return on June 17, as the Blues look to cement their place in the top-four for next season's Champions League ahead of Man United, Tottenham and Arsenal.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng also reported that Borussia Dortmund youngster Jadon Sancho has joined the protest for the murder of black American man George Floyd.
The Englishman lent his voice to the growing list of athletes standing in solidarity for protection against 'black lives'.
Sancho scored three times against Paderborn in their Bundesliga clash on Sunday and the Manchester United target dedicated his first of the three to late 46-year-old murdered in Minneapolis earlier this month.
Sporting stars have united in demanding justice for late George Floyd who died in the hands of the police in Minneapolis.
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