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Premeir League Clubs urge UK Government to stick to October 1st date for fans return.

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A spike in covid 19 cases made Uk president Boris Johnson push back the date. The premier league released a statement to urge Boris Johnson to reconcile and reconsider. The premier league Clubs reassure stadiums will be safe environment for fans and also cute financial losses football can suffer as a result.

"Safety remains the number one priority and clubs reiterated their commitment to ensuring premier league stadium will be among the safest public place, through the effective wide range of mitigation measures" The Premier leaguee Clubs' statement read as per sky sports.

"Clubs will adopt a range of common standards, which will help deliever bio-secure, safe environment for fans across the league.

Clubs reaffirmed that the continued loss of match day revenue is having a significant impact across the league. As well as on the football prymaid and local and ntional economies.

" Taking into account the high safety standard which will be set by the premeir League I conjunction with the relevant public authorities, the leagues and clubs urge Government to remain to the October 1st date for the controlled return of fans to supporting venues."

October was originally marked as the month when supporters could made it back to the stands, even if limited numbers. Chelsea even took part in a test event when 2,500 fans were allowed in the Brighton friendly and the premier league was encouraged by the results.

It was all before a rise in Covid-19 cases among the UK made prime minister Boris Johnson pull the plug on the idea. We're hoping the delay won't be for much longer, as all fans and supporters are extremely curious to get back to the pitch.

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