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Coronavirus: 'English football should not restart until players tested&

LMA chief executive Richard Bevan tells BBC Sport that football should not restart again in England until all players are tested for coronavirus.

The football season in England should only resume once all players have been tested for coronavirus, says the chief executive of the League Managers’ Association (LMA).

But Richard Bevan told BBC Sport “tests must be made available first” to NHS workers and patients.

“Once that’s happened, by all means let’s access it in sport,” he added.

Professional football has been postponed indefinitely because of the pandemic.

Bevan has criticised the English Football League (EFL) for failing to consult his members over an estimate that the season could be completed in 56 days once it restarts.

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