Chelsea supervisor, Frank Lampard, will lead a clampdown on purpose celebrations by ordering his gamers to practise new routines in coaching.
Lampard is able to ban group hugs in coaching, in a bid to observe a brand new Premier League COVID-19 crackdown on celebrations.
Premier League bosses are holding conferences with captains, PFA reps and managers to introduce stronger protocols.
They are going to be advised to cease mass celebrations whereas observing social distancing on the pitch.
Lampard has confirmed he’ll take a look at doing a “dry run” on the coaching pitch forward of video games.
“We practise social distancing as a lot as we will on the coaching floor. On the pitch it may be troublesome at instances clearly.
“However each second you probably can and in coaching I suppose the intuition of the second shouldn’t seize you as a lot. Let’s hope, as it could do in-game once you’re scoring within the Premier League that wins a sport or no matter.
“So for certain it’s one thing I’ll move on to the gamers and also you see numerous these group hugs now once they win a five-a-side in order that will probably be one thing we are going to have a look at,” he mentioned.
Chelsea will journey to Fulham in a rescheduled fixture on Saturday.