Coronavirus: Premier League chief growing 'confident' on June re-start

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Brighton chief executive Paul Barber explains how the club are dealing with player fears on return to training. Gab and Juls discuss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's comments regarding personal agendas at Man United. Frank Leboeuf suggests players who refuse to train despite all the protocols should be okay without pay. Julien Laurens says Man United have high cash reserves for the summer, after the club announced being £429M in debt. The Premier League is "as confident as we can be" about England's top-flight football league restarting in June, its chief executive Richard Masters was quoted as saying by the BBC on Friday. - Stream new episodes of ESPN FC Monday-Friday on ESPN+ -Stream every episode of 30 for 30: Soccer Stories on ESPN+ - ESPN's Insider Notebook:United face Sancho battle, Pep slapped on head The Premier League has been suspended since March 13 amid the coronavirus crisis and June 12 has been identified...

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