Manchester United legend Wayne Rooney believes it’s ‘too soon’ for Premier League and Championship action to resume. Rooney plays with Derby County in the championship now and has admitted that even though he is desperately waiting to start playing again, he feels that the sport in the country is being pushed too hard to start again.
Wayne Rooney said “I’m desperate to train and play again, but it feels like football in England is being pushed to return too soon. Our government says people can return to work, but only with social distancing in the workplace and that does not work in football. I understand where Troy Deeney, Danny Rose and Raheem Sterling are coming from. The concern is not so much for ourselves, like whether you might pick up an injury, but more about bringing coronavirus home and infecting those around us. People’s lives are at risk.”
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