Manchester United supervisor, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has stated he can’t see the good thing about a two-week break within the season, amid fears over an increase in COVID-19 instances.
The Premier League on Tuesday, confirmed 18 constructive exams amongst gamers and workers in its newest spherical of testing – the very best determine of the season to date.
It has since emerged that Fulham’s match at Tottenham on Wednesday night might be referred to as off, after plenty of coronavirus instances had been recorded by the west London aspect.
Manchester Metropolis’s journey to Everton on Monday was postponed hours earlier than kick-off, whereas Aston Villa vs Newcastle was referred to as off earlier this month after the Magpies had been hit by the virus.
However Solskjaer is anxious what a circuit break would do to an already-rammed schedule.
“It’s not one thing I’ve thought of quite a bit. I feel our gamers have been actually good in following protocols and guidelines,” Solskjaer stated.
“That’s a part of the job right here, that we as golf equipment comply with the protocols given. I can’t see the profit in having a circuit break, no matter it’s going to be referred to as.
“As a result of when are we going to play the video games? Everyone knows this 12 months is so tough, however I don’t assume stopping the video games goes to make a giant, massive change.”