The Project Restart of the Premier League will finally come to life with a return to match action, with the Bundesliga scheduled to return on May 16 and the Turkish Super Lig expected to follow suit in June.
Players are free to make their choices to return to the game or not, following the coronavirus. Some said that they desire to get back onto the ground while some said that their personal and family safety is prime.
Wilder said to BeIN Sports, “If any player makes the decision and comes to me saying it’s not for me I’d appreciate that.”
The manager of Sheffield United, says that he would respect the opinion of any player who may not feel self-assured returning to football in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Blades are seventh in the table and Wilder admits his team is keen to end the season, but not so much because of their own outstanding effort.
In case relegation from the division is taken off the table, a variety of clubs have been recorded to diminish their resistance to attempts to restart the season.
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