Tottenham Hotspur supervisor, Jose Mourinho, has mentioned he’s in opposition to any determination to offer Premier League gamers COVID-19 vaccines earlier than most of the people.
The Premier League has rescheduled a couple of matches this season as a result of Coronavirus outbreaks, together with Tottenham’s conflict in opposition to Fulham in December.
Mourinho was livid the match was known as off hours earlier than kick-off and Spurs had been held to a 1-1 draw within the rescheduled sport.
Earlier this month, Tottenham was considered one of a number of golf equipment to supply using their stadium to the Nationwide Well being Service (NHS) as a possible venue for administering the vaccine.
Burnley boss Sean Dyche has beforehand mentioned that footballers ought to be “fast-tracked” for vaccines. However Mourinho mentioned gamers shouldn’t be seen as a precedence.
“I wouldn’t [agree]. Possibly it’s controversial, possibly individuals disagree with me however I wouldn’t,” he instructed a information convention.
“There are individuals in a lot greater dangers than we, and particularly younger soccer gamers, are.
“I really feel that individuals on the entrance line on daily basis — well being employees and older individuals — after all, I believe they need to be in entrance. However that’s simply my feeling.”