Top flight players are set to return to full training action as early as Tuesday, May 19, with the English Premier League given the go ahead to resume from June 1. Chelsea’s Tammy Abraham has publicly acknowledged: My dad has asthma, so the last thing I need is to catch this disease’: Tammy Abraham insists football can only resume when it’s safe… and reveals why his winner at Arsenal is the highlight of a breakthrough campaign for Chelsea.

Tammy Abraham said that his dad has been very supportive of him and has urged him to return on the field once football resumes. He expects his son to give his best for Chelsea, said the Blues youngster. Abraham further revealed that his father is his biggest fan as well as his biggest pillar of support.
Finally, he asked for decisions to be made soon. “The Premier League and the government have to come to a decision. Let them say now if it’s safe. If it is, I’m ready to play,” he concluded.

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Chelsea players and boss Frank Lampard hold team meetings via Zoom to discuss returning to work and any concerns they have.

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