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A statement following the meeting of all 20 clubs stated: “Squads now engage in training as a group and tackle while minimizing any unnecessary close contact.
“The priority of the Premier League is the health and well-being of all participants.”
The clubs launched the first phase of the ‘Project Restart’ last week, which agreed to return to training in small groups under strict limits and no contact.
The announcement that could begin after extensive testing by players and staff for Phase Two Coronovirus – with eight positivity, including Watford defender Adrian Maripa and Burnley assistant manager Ian Vaughn.
No matches have been played in the Premier League since March when a coronavirus virus pandemic called off the world game.
However, Wednesday’s vote is a major step towards completing the 92 remaining engagements of the Premier League.
Phase two allows up to 10 players to work together and will reduce punctuality on training sessions and allow players to get closer.
The third phase will be a move to a more specific form of training in the creation of actual games.
The league had indicated June 12 as a possible start date but it is now likely to happen later in the month.
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