“We can request information from videoing of the sessions and GPS data, too,” the Premier League’s director of football Richard Garlick explained.
“We are also looking at bringing in our own independent audit team. It will give us the ability to have inspections at training grounds.
“We will start that on a no-notice basis and gradually ramp that up so we can have an inspector at every training ground.
“It will enable us to give everyone confidence that the protocols are being complied with, and give the public confidence that we are trying to create a very safe working environment.”
The league has also vowed to do everything they can to give Liverpool a proper chance to celebrate winning the league.
If, as expected, the Merseyside club end a 30-year title drought by lifting the Premier League trophy for the first time, there were fears that the spectator ban and need for social distancing would make it a disappointingly muted affair.
Published at Mon, 18 May 2020 23:00:00 +0000