Premier League hope to ease player safety concerns in crucial conference call
Captains and club PFA reps to air concerns at meeting League will speak to all 20 managers in separate call
The Premier League will attempt to show that players will be safer at club training grounds than they would be at home when they host a pivotal conference call on Wednesday afternoon.
The league has sent its protocols for a return to training via the Professional Footballers’ Association to each club captain or PFA representative, enabling them to be digested and discussed among squads. Now the league will invite the captains or representatives to air their concerns at a meeting seen as crucial to the goal of restarting the season in mid-June.
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