Pep Guardiola called on his football family to listen to scientists and doctors
“We miss the life we had a few days ago, but now is the hour to pay attention, monitor our scientists, doctors, and nurses,” Guardiola said. You are my football family, and we will do our best to make you feel better.
Guardiola calls to all football fans to listen to scientists and doctors
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola called on his football family to listen to scientists, doctors, and nurses while staying home to fight the coronavirus. Leagues around the world are currently suspended due to a virus outbreak. As government officials have introduced measures to curb the spread of Covid-19. In England, the government instructed citizens to stay in their homes. In addition to essential street trips for food and exercise. Premier League matches suspended following an emergency meeting on March 13. Which was preceded by a suspension of Manchester City’s clash with Arsenal after news came out that Gunners boss Mikel Arteta was diagnosed with a new coronavirus. After a few weeks, the league confirmed that English football would resume no earlier than April 30.
It is the hour to pay attention
As the country continues to struggle with the spread of the virus, Guardiola urged everyone to listen to every precaution given until life can return to normal. “We are missing football. “We miss the life we had a few days ago, but now is the hour to pay attention. Monitor our scientists, doctors, and nurses,” Guardiola said. You are my football family, and we will do our best to make you feel better. We will come back from this more reliable, better, kinder, and a little fatter. In the days following the outbreak, Manchester City proposed using its Etihad stadium at the National Health Service to instruct doctors and nurses during the Covid-19 outbreak.
Man City and Man United donated £100,000 to local food banks
Also, Manchester City and local rivals Manchester United have teamed up by donating a total of £100,000 to local food banks in an attempt to support them through the coronavirus crisis. Before the start, Manchester City was in the midst of an appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sports. After it was announced that the club would be barred from participating in European competitions for two seasons. This call is in the air, as the football world has been postponed. While the club had previously hoped that the situation would be sorted out by the summer. While everything is in the Premier League, Manchester City is second, 25 points behind the leaders of the Liverpool League and four points ahead of third-placed Leicester City.
Guardiola’s side is also still participating in the Champions League. The English team earned a 2-1 victory over Real Madrid in the first stage of their clashes in round 16.