Premier league is supposed to be suspended till April 30th and in an effort to calm and educate the public about the spread of coronavirus, Premier League leaders are giving out messages.
PL Leaders together gave out their messages on Saturday at 1500 GMT – as a combined effort to spread Covid-19 precautionary awareness.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta had tested positive on 12 March and his message was vital in their efforts.
“I encourage everybody, please be responsible and stay at home as much as possible,” said Arteta.
Liverpool shared a post on social media, showing their support and thanking the NHS for their help, that read: “Stay home, protect the NHS, save lives.”
Harry Kane, Tottenham’s striker tweeted out: “Saturday 3pm normally means football. But at the moment it’s far more important everyone stays home. Do your bit. Protect the NHS, save lives.”
Chelsea’s head coach Frank Lampard has also pitched in. “To help save lives, you must stay home. Only leave home to buy essential food, medicine or for individual exercise and always stay two metres apart. This is an urgent message. Stay home, protect the NHS, save lives,” he said in a video posted on Chelsea’s instagram.
Raheem Sterling also posted a video on his Twitter and Instagram account, saying: “We need to stay at home, let’s help our NHS by staying home, only leave if you need food, medicine or exercise,” Sterling said. “The NHS have been doing a fantastic job so let’s help them continue doing their wonderful work.”
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Manchester United’s boss, chimed in with his support.
“Stay home, protect the NHS, save lives,” the Norwegian said in a video, which was posted on Manchester United’s twitter.
If all the leaders are coming together to spread awareness, let’s also try and do our bit and #StayHome.
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