Premier League players continue to defy protocol against hugging


Premier League players continue to defy protocol against
Premier League players continue to defy protocol against hugging Goalscorers were mobbed, albeit briefly, at Molineux, Elland Road and the London Stadium By Tom Morgan, Sports News Correspondent …


Premier League players told to stop hugging by government
The league configured protocols for the return of games in March in conjunction with Jonathan Van-Tam, the deputy chief medical officer for England, who also urged players to avoid hugging and …


Wolves, West Brom, Brighton and Chelsea players BREAK …
Premier League players have come under scrutiny for their celebrations amid rising Covid-19 cases, and yet more of them ignored the rules to avoid hugging on Saturday.


Premier League footballers asked to STOP HUGGING as COVID …
Premier League COVID rules: Players advised not to hug while celebrating goals According to a report in The Times, the PFA has written to all players urging them to follow protocols after a record number of positive COVID-19 cases have threatened to derail the season.


Sports Digest: Premier League players told by government …
The league configured protocols for the return of games in March in conjunction with Jonathan Van-Tam, the deputy chief medical officer for England, who also urged players to avoid hugging and …


Premier League players have to stop hugging say Government
Premier League players will face tougher sanctions if they continue to disobey Covid protocols around celebrations … tough new sanctions against Premier League players. … directive not to hug …


‘Stop hugging’: Premier League players told as COVID-19 …
The league configured protocols for the return of games in March in conjunction with Jonathan Van-Tam, the deputy chief medical officer for England, who also urged players to avoid hugging and …


Premier League players told not to hug by CEO – The Athletic
Players have been told not to hug, shake hands or swap shirts to mitigate against the spread of the virus. It is understood the Premier League are eager to do anything the government say to make …


British government asks Premier League players not to hug
The league configured protocols for the return of games in March in conjunction with Jonathan Van-Tam, the deputy chief medical officer for England, who also urged players to avoid hugging and kissing on Wednesday. “We are in a very dangerous place now,” Van-Tam said on LBC radio while discussing the issue.


Premier League clubs will defy government order to punish …
Premier League clubs will defy a government order to punish players who flout coronavirus rules despite a backlash in which group goal celebrations were described as an “insult to NHS staff”.
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