Premier League chief executive Richard Masters has expressed optimism about the presence of supporters on the field in next season’s top-tier matches.
The rest of the Premier League season is starting again from June 16 after overcoming the COVID 19 crisis. But it has already been decided that the remaining 92 matches of the league will be played in a stadium without spectators.
There are fears about the presence of spectators in the Premier League next season as well. However, the masters said that in some cases, there is a possibility of the presence of spectators.
“No one knows when the situation will improve,” he said. However, in this case, integrated steps have to be taken. But I am always an optimistic person. I hope to be able to bring the fans back to the field next season. However, it can be solved in different ways.
Supporters play a big role in boosting the morale of a team. We are all working on this issue. We have some great football-crazy supporters in our country. We all know that the Premier League will not get back to its normal beauty until we can get the fans back on the field. ‘