Brighton striker, Glenn Murray, has requested that the English Premier League (EPL) not return until finally enthusiasts are allowed to appear to the stadium and check out their teams engage in.
Day-to-day Put up recalls that the Leading League experienced postponed the English prime-flight competition until finally April 30 owing to the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) throughout the world.
But Murray thinks football without having the enthusiasts is not a great strategy, including that he would instead hold out until finally supporters can make a ‘celebratory atmosphere’ across England.
“First and foremost all expert footballers want to complete the league,” Everyday Mail quoted Murray as saying.
“It all depends on the timings of the coronavirus and how speedily we can get over this.
“But for me, I watched a few of online games in Italy with no followers, and the game’s not the same.
“I think we have to have to hold out until eventually admirers can fill the stadiums up.
“Make it a celebratory ambiance and appreciate currently being in the stadiums collectively simply because, devoid of the supporters, football’s just not the exact same.”