<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "No date has yet been set for the resumption of the Championship of England. But its general manager, Richard Masters, wants to be positive, in spite of the doubts of certain players. The boss of the Premier League, Richard Masters, was said Friday in an interview with the BBC "& nbsp; as confident as we can be & nbsp;" for the resumption of the English Football Championship in June, despite the persistent threat of the coronavirus. However, he did not specify a date. The Premier League originally hoped to resume matches from June 12, before the date of June 19 is mentioned. Delay in the “& nbsp; restart project & nbsp;” Masters considers resumption of training – in small groups, Tuesday – as "& Nbsp; the first step & nbsp;". But he recognizes that it will be necessary to show "& Nbsp; flexible & nbsp;" on a date for resumption of matches, even if the restart of the German Bundesliga last weekend is an encouragement. & nbsp; Des "& Nbsp; alternative plans & nbsp;" remain however necessary and "& Nbsp; end the season & nbsp;" remains a possibility, he also admitted. Asked about the doubts expressed by players about the current level of health security, he assured that the Premier League would not have "& Nbsp; not take that first step of returning to training if (she was) not convinced that we created a very safe environment for the players & nbsp;". "We think returning to training is safe" The first wave of tests among players and management of the twenty elite teams revealed only six positive cases out of 748 samples. But players like French world champion N'Golo Kanté (Chelsea) and Watford captain Troy Deeney have refused to train with their team at this time. “& Nbsp; We think going back to training is safe. We must respect the players' decision not to return to training. I would be comfortable going back to training & nbsp; ", assured the leader. "data-reactid =" 19 "> No date has yet been set for the resumption of the English Championship. But its general manager, Richard Masters, wants to be positive, despite the doubts of some players. Premier League boss Richard Masters said on Friday in an interview with the BBC "as confident as you can be" for the resumption of the English Football Championship in June, despite the persistent threat of the coronavirus. However, he did not specify a date. The Premier League originally hoped to resume matches from June 12, before the date of June 19 is mentioned. Delay in Masters restart project considers resumption of training – in small groups, Tuesday – as " the first step ". But he recognizes that it will be necessary to show " flexible " on a date for resumption of matches, even if the restart of the German Bundesliga, last weekend, is an encouragement. Of “Alternate plans” remain however necessary and "End the season" remains a possibility, he also admitted. Asked about the doubts expressed by players about the current level of health security, he assured that the Premier League would "Not taken that first step of returning to training if (she was) not convinced that she had created a very safe environment for the players". "We think returning to training is safe" The first wave of tests among players and managers of the twenty elite teams revealed only six positive cases out of 748 samples. But players like French world champion N'Golo Kanté (Chelsea) and Watford captain Troy Deeney have refused to train with their team for the moment. “We think going back to training is safe. We must respect the players' decision not to return to training. I would be comfortable going back to training ”, assured the leader.