Liverpool secured their first League championship in 30 years at Anfield last Thursday. In the scenes outside Anfield, a brief snapshot of the excitement subtracted from the match-day atmosphere was given. Health and safety considerations take priority over the pomp and pageantry of match day events.
Most clubs have selected to go through the ceremony and display of their prematch buildup, with the large-screen activity shots and stunning soundtrack ringing purge through seats adorned with the substance forms of season ticket holders and sincere tributes to NHS staff.
Manchester City goalkeeper Ederson has hesitation about diminishing as the competition. Keeping away supporters is the correct course of action because at COVID-19 people are still routinely losing their lives.
“It feels great to be able to come back, but I never felt it before.
The match itself and the entire environment sound like something extraordinary. It’s not the same as playing full on a pitch. I considered the feeling of playing without fans and playing with all the precautions that we had taken before the match, very different from the normal ones as well,” he told ESPN Brasil.
Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud told ESPN: “Of course it’s not the same thing. At first, it’s really strange and then you start getting used to it. With no spectators, this has less fun to play with. The field sometimes looks even smaller, without any people in the arena! That’s nuts to suggest it’s the same area but it looks bigger! So at least the managers are pleased because we can understand what they are telling us now, even if they don’t shout! Defender Harry Maguire ‘s opinion appears to be guided by a restored trust. And it takes away the home fans who make the atmosphere uncomfortable for the boys, but it’s all up on the day for the 11 players.,
Burnley forward Jay Rodriguez has expressed the desire to demand more.
He told the ESPN: “I ‘d lie if I said it was normal and everything was perfect because it’s all about playing before crowds and being pulled on by the environment. They form the games. So we were strict and limited in our focus in terms of what we had to do. Nonetheless, it is something we will have to get used to because it will be here at least until the end of the season.