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Premier League put pressures on the players

The players may be cut wages if they do not return to training, in preparation for the return date of the Premier League.

The meeting between 20 Premier League clubs and the organizers in the afternoon of May 18 agreed to resume the tournament and send the players to the training ground in small groups from this afternoon 19/5. This is step one of the “Project Restart” plan.

Before playing, players must strictly follow the Government’s medical regulations such as maintaining a safe distance, measuring body temperature, driving a private car to the training place, and not spitting while on the field.

Although there are only about five weeks left until the expected return date for June 19, a small number of players are still concerned about the risk of nCoV infection. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), players of African descent or a history of respiratory diseases are more susceptible to viral infections than ordinary people.

That’s why Sergio Aguero, Raheem Sterling (Man City), Tammy Abraham, Antonio Rudiger (Chelsea), Danny Rose (Tottenham) and Manuel Lanzini (West Ham) have not agreed with the overall plan.

The Premier League organizers have yet to set a date for return, but after the Bundesliga went through the first round of the post-Covid-19 era quite smoothly, the English football leader was trying his best to roll the ball on June 19, according to Telegraph . The British daily also revealed that if the tournament could not be resumed before July, it could be canceled, meaning the clubs would lose about a billion dollars.

To increase motivation, as well as pressure the player, some clubs have informed the player that they will not receive the current compensation if they refuse to practice. Firstly, cut bonuses, then consider signing short-term contracts (maybe year one) instead of long-term contracts.

Premier League chief executive Richard Masters also promised to complete the contract procedure for players expiring on June 30. Speaking on Sky Sports, he emphasized: “They will be automatically extended for a short time until the current season closes. Of course it has to be agreed by both sides.

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Owen chose the top 3 forwards in the Premier League

Having had the opportunity to play with 8 of the 10 top scorers in Premier League history, Michael Owen rated Alan Shearer, Thierry Henry and Luis Suarez.

Owen’s opinion receives consensus from statistics. Shearer is the top scorer in Premier League history, with 260 goals. Henry is sixth, with 175 goals, and is the most prolific scorer in Arsenal history. In his generation, Henry is also among the most awarded, with World Cup, Euro and Champions League titles.

Suarez, played only four seasons in the English Premier League but scored 82 goals in 133 matches. He made a great contribution to help Liverpool in second season 2013-2014, and is the top scorer of this year.

A prodigy of English football in the late 1990s, Owen was the ninth scorer in Premier League history, with 150 goals. He used to stand side by side and face eight players in the top 10 biggest strikers in the tournament’s history.

The only man the former Man Utd player has not had the opportunity to compare shoes is Sergio Aguero, currently ranked fourth in the top 10, with 180 goals. The Argentinian striker is also the striker with the highest goalscoring performance in the top 10, at 0.69 goals per game, slightly better than Henry (0.68).

Aguero: ‘Owen inspires me’

Striker Sergio Aguero considers Michael Owen an example of learning from a solo goal against Argentina at the 1998 World Cup.

Owen impressed Aguero from a solo goal against Argentina, his hometown of Argentina, in the eighth round of the 1998 World Cup. when shot accurately into the high corner.

As an adult, Aguero chose La Liga as the first destination after leaving Argentina. Since 2011, he started playing and shining in the Premier League. He only needed nine years to win four titles, become a legend of Man City.

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Four Most Successful Clubs in The History of English Football

English football has had a lot of teams that are successful for many years. Certain clubs are very consistent in ensuring that they stay relevant and keep winning trophies regardless of which players they get and which manager is running things.

Here are the four most successful clubs in the history of English football.

4. Chelsea, 24 Trophies

Although Chelsea is a team that has recently started winning titles, they have quite made up for it by having caught up to the highest teams. Chelsea has six league titles and one Champions League title to their name.

However, they have been ever present in European competitions, winning two Cup Winner’s Cup titles as well as two UEFA Cup/Europa League trophies, to require their tally to 24.

3. Arsenal, 30 Trophies

Arsenal is one amongst the highest three clubs in England football that has continuously been at the highest since they were promoted to the primary Division. Though the Gunners are presently nowhere near winning the league, they manage to win an FA Cup every now then.

Arsenal has 13 league titles and FA Cups and 2 European cups, their total trophy count is 30.

2. Manchester United, 42 Trophies

It was not too way back that Manchester United was fighting for the league title every season. Since the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson, they need floundering about, but that has not stopped them from winning other trophies, more recently being the FA Cup and therefore the Europa League.

Their tally of 20 league titles is that the highest in England and that they are joint first in terms of total trophies won – at 42.

1. Liverpool, 42 Trophies

Liverpool was recently the second within the list, but their Champions League trophy not only puts an end to their title drought but also puts them on par with hated rivals Manchester United in terms of who is that the most successful. Despite the fact that they have only 18 league titles, they have been significantly more successful in Europe, helping them reach 42 trophies overall.