The Professional Footballers’ Association (PFA) has reminded players to embrace a sensible approach while celebrating goals amid the COVID-19 crisis and refrain from hugging or getting too close to each other, The Times newspaper reported.

Four Premier League games and over 50 games in the English Football League – which governs the three divisions below the top flight – have been postponed this season with some FA Cup ties this weekend in doubt.


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“We’ve sent a message to all our members saying, ‘you have done a great job, you’ve kept the game going and you deserve a lot of credit, but it’s important you keep to the protocols,” PFA chief executive Gordon Taylor told The Times.

“Always abide by what you’re being told by doctors and medical staff with regard to the protocols about keeping your distance and the hygiene…

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