Premier League clubs hope police support will help scrap neutral venues proposal
A group of Premier League clubs บาคาร่าขั้นต่ำ10บาท are to hold talks with their local police forces this week, with hopes the idea of using neutral venues can be scrapped.
A number of clubs สมัครเล่นเกมยิงปลา believe their local force, along with their safety advisory group, which issue safety certificates allowing matches to take place, will confirm they are willing to sanction the playing of traditional 'home' matches.
However, Sky Sports News can confirm definitively there is no local agreement on football policing at Premier League and EFL grounds. Policing policy is taken from a national standpoint which local forces follow.
To ease fears that large วิธีเล่นไฮโลออนไลน์บนมือถือ crowds of supporters will gather at stadia up and down the country, clubs will issue strict warnings to fans - and will hand out long-term stadium bans (lasting several years) to any fans identified near their ground on matchdays.
Monday's meeting of Premier League stakeholders agreed that the league would try to convince the Department of Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) to relax its stance on the need for neutral venues when planned fixtures return on June 12 and 13.
Deputy Chief Constable Mark Roberts, head of UK Football Unit, says dialogue has taken place about how the season can restart so he can provide guidelines to forces across the country.
He said on Tuesday: "Following a positive meeting between police, government and football last night, we will be jointly exploring a range of options to identify a way forward, which minimises any risks to public safety and unnecessary pressure on public services, but facilitates a sensible restart to the season, to support the economic and morale benefits associated with the sport."
Roberts, though, has reiterated his preference that neutral venues are used. He is now awaiting all proposals from the Premier League.
To date, no clubs have been told they are being considered as 'neutral' grounds, while more than half of them believing the integrity of the competition will be adversely affected by the use of neutral venues.
PL chief: All clubs want home and away games
New Premier League CEO Richard Masters held a Q&A on Monday during which he said no clubs had issued any ultimatums over the use of neutral grounds.
But he added: "All clubs would prefer to play at home and they accept it's an issue to be addressed. That pretty much summarises it.
"It's fair to say that it is not an issue which is unique to any part of the league.
"I think some of our clubs would argue that in relation to policing their own fans that they have a good relationship with them, and that they encourage their own fans not to turn up outside their home venues while they're playing behind closed doors.
"They're in a better เว็บหนังออนไลน์ดีที่สุด position to control that, but it's not a matter of convincing, this has to be a decision that's come to mutually."