In the official statement, the Executive President of the Premier League, Richard MastersHe said: “In this unprecedented situation, we are working closely with our clubs, the Government, the FA and the EFL and we can assure everyone that the health and well-being of the players, the staff and the fans are our priority. About everything, we wish that Mikel Arteta and Callum Hudson-Odoi recover quickly, and everyone else affected by COVID-19. “In addition, from the championship it was ensured that despite the current outlook, its objective “rreschedule suspended matches, including those played by Academy teams, when it is safe to do so. “” In this fast-moving environment, more updates will be provided when appropriate, “he concluded. Official: Premier matches have been suspended until April 4, including this same day, to try to control the spread of the coronavirus epidemic. The decision concerns the competitions of the Premier, Championship, League One and League Two. It thus joins the rest of major European championships such as LaLiga, Serie A, Bundesliga or Ligue 1.In recent days, the positives have been known by Mikel Arteta coronavirus, coach of Arsenal, and the Chelsea player Callum Hudson-Odoi, which has prompted the urgent meeting this morning in which the decision has been made to stop until April 4. Three Leicester footballers are quarantined for symptoms of COVID-19 and Mendy, of the City, too.
SPORT: Seamus Coleman has yet again reiterated his love of the GAA by stating that he’d love to return to play the game when he retires from professional football. Coleman is only 26, so retirement is a long, long way off but he says he still harbours ambitions to play GAA when he finishes with football.Coleman has revealed his admiration for the sport in the past and credits the game for helping him when he first moved to Sligo Rovers from local club St Catherine’s. However, it was the lure of being able to play the game professionally which prompted Coleman to focus his concentrations on soccer and he decided to move away from the GAA at 17.Despite that decision he has never lost his love or respect for the sport and says he hopes to return home when he retires and play Gaelic for his local GAA club Killybegs.Coleman said, “‘I was a far better Gaelic player than I was a soccer player, but you are not going to make a career in Gaelic football.‘The players train like professionals but they aren’t getting paid. At 17, I decided to take soccer more seriously.’ Coleman famously moved to Everton for just €60,000 in one of the best pieces of transfer business ever done by the club.He has gone on to establish himself as one of the best full-backs in the Premiership and has earned 28 international caps.Coleman will hope he can continue to perform at the highest level for the next decade or so.Then he hopes to return home and start playing GAA again with Killybegs.‘I have a massive respect for Gaelic football and I hope I can go back and play it again. “You can play at 36 or 37 if you look after yourself.SEAMUS COLEMAN – “I HOPE TO GO BACK HOME AND PLAY GAELIC FOOTBALL WHEN I RETIRE” was last modified: August 25th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:newsSport