The United Kingdom has issued a warning to its football association and club owners that the English premiership can not resume yet.
According to Oliver Diwden, British Culture secretary, until a feasible plan that would work is gotten, the league would not be allowed to resume.
“They’ve not been given the green light,” Dowden told BBC Radio on Friday.
“If we can get a plan that works then I’d like us to be able to go ahead with it because I think it would be good for the nation, it would be good for football as a whole.
“I’m really hopeful we can get this up and running but public safety must come first so it’s only if we’re confident of that, we’ll be able to proceed.”