“I couldn’t say we’re badly affected by it. But we have had Covid and we’re trying our best to get rid of it.”
Moyes added: “We’re probably thinking it’s nearly impossible that we will have a game called off, we’d need to have nearly a complete wipe-out here, because they’ve added all our young players onto it.
“You know, some clubs have been able to shut down and get periods to get it right, yet if you have three or four or five cases which we’ve seen, some clubs have been made to play in recent weeks, with three, four or five cases.
“It’s more the uncertainty around the team than anything else. Now if you’re told to shut down there is no uncertainty. It’s clear, concise, you won’t be playing for 10 days, you’ll be isolating and we’ll bring you back when the time is ready.
“But other clubs are getting three or four or five cases around the club, you’re finding that that’s the uncertainty. And I think that’s the bit which is not clear.”
The Premier League have stated that if a club has at least 14 players available, including a goalkeeper, the game must go ahead. This includes the Irons youngsters that have had cameos throughout the season which is completely unfair.
They might now be forced into playing players who simply aren’t ready, which could be detrimental to their season which started so well.
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