According to The Telegraph, a set of strict instructions involves players driving their cars to match-referees games with coaches.
The Premier League today gave clubs the green light to play fun but with a range of strict rules including players driving to games in their cars.
Before the expected restart of the season on June 17, top-flight clubs have applied for permission to play other teams to step up match preparations, which have now been approved.
Before the season’s scheduled to restart on June 17, top-flight clubs had applied for permission to play other teams to step up match preparations, which were now authorized.
The games can be played in either stadiums or training grounds but the Premier League has issued a set of conditions to ensure conformity with the laws of hygiene and social distancing.
The set of conditions also includes:
-Clubs should not run longer than 90 minutes
-All players must drive their vehicles or even kits
-With coaching staff taking charge, registered referees will not be required
-Complete risk assessments of the stage/training ground before games
It is also noted that all players participating in recent studies have to have reported a negative coronavirus test.