PFA chief executive Gordon Taylor has praised players for their role in shunning the proposed Super League.
The Professional Footballers’ Association has reminded players of their responsibilities during the pandemic.
Gary Lineker is among those who have called for a complete ban on heading in training at all levels.
The UK is on lockdown until at least May 7 but the Premier League is working on its ‘Project Restart’.
“The players are paying them to make these decisions. The players shouldn’t have to take these bullets.”
PFA chief executive Gordon Taylor says Premier League players have “agreed to play their part”.
PFA chief executive Gordon Taylor says players are “not stupid”. They just want money to go straight to the NHS.
Gordon Taylor, 74, has been in charge of the Professional Footballers’ Association for 38 years.
“They have failed, swept it under a carpet. It is 15 years since Jeff died and we feel nothing has been done.”
The PFA chief executive says he is “disappointed” with United boss Jose Mourinho’s comments.
Gordon Taylor wants every member of the Leicester squad to be knighted. Arise, Sir Jamie Vardy.