Ever since the temporary suspension of football early this year, it has never remained the same since its resumption. On a normal day when a football match is to be played, you’d see thousands of football fans making comments on their predictions about the game to be played or how excited they are. And when the game’s finished we see them either criticizing or praising a particular player outside the stadium before going home.

The thrill of hearing the home supporters singing a popular song chants now can’t be heard as the spectators’ seats are empty with no fans to seat on them. All these happened due to the deadly outbreak of Coronavirus, with several best USA casino online being shut down due to this.

This resulted in a tremendous loss in some clubs’ financial status this summer. With the new season in mind, Premier League has reportedly released an official statement to the government asking them to stick to the plan of allowing the spectators to return to the football stadiums on October 1st.

In March, 2019/20 football campaign was suspended in the United Kingdom due to the outbreak of the coronavirus, and while it resumed in June and the season was completed, football never remained the same as it was played behind closed doors.

As the priority to keep the public safe from the pandemic several safety measures will be taken if we were to start have small crowds attend the football match at the stadium, the social distancing rules and high standard hygiene must be maintained thoroughly.

Countries like Poland and the Czech Republic have taken measures to see small crowds spectator at the football stadiums in the recent days. Netherlands and France have also allowed small numbers of fans to watch their new league season and meilleurs jeux casino are now working impressively to provide odds for the matches.

Premier League, who are already one Gameweek into the 2020/21 campaign, wrote an official statement to the government pushing for the return of the supporters, saying via Daily Mail: “The Premier League and its clubs met today to discuss the return of supporters to stadiums.

“Safety remains the number one priority and clubs reiterated their commitment to ensuring Premier League stadiums will be among the safest public places, through the effective use of a wide range of mitigation measures.

“Clubs will adopt a range of common standards, which will help deliver bio-secure, safe environments for fans across the League.

“Clubs reaffirmed that the continued loss of matchday revenues is having a significant impact across the League as well as on the football pyramid and local and national economies.

“Taking into account the high safety standards which will be set by the Premier League in conjunction with the relevant public authorities, the League and clubs urge Government to remain committed to the 1 October date for the controlled return of fans to sporting venues.”

The 2020/21 Premier League campaign has been fairly interesting, but the spark will never remain the same if the real supporters don’t return to their spectating seats singing their club chants.