COVID-19 second wave and the new EPL Rules.


With the second wave of the Covid currently happening now, the “The Premier League” is trying to curb the spread of COVID-19 among players and staff, by introducing an “enhanced” set of measures in the interest of all that is involved on the round table game.

It was noted in a letter sent out on Friday stating that all the 20 premier league club clubs were warned to adhere or risk the possibility of punishment.

In the rule it was stated that players have been instructed not to hug or shake hands. Swapping of shirts has also been banned totally for now.

According to Football analysis saying that the measures will not be officially brought in until the next Premier League shareholders’ meeting, but all clubs have been instructed to start following rule for now.

It also states that every Players must now wear face masks always unless they are playing during the match, warming up or giving interviews for sport analyst.

With Guests in matchday directors’ boxes also limited to 10-per-team.

Travel restrictions have become stricter, too, with clubs needing to use three coaches to travel anywhere, to ensure social distancing among player in the Bus