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Brighton chief executive Paul Barber said there were no new cases at Brighton but that 6 cases out of 748 tests for Coronavirus seemed a good start to return to training
Brighton chief executive Paul Barber said Graham Potter has done well in his first year at the club since replacing Chris Hughton and praised the style of play he has brought in
Brighton chief executive Paul Barber said that the staff have worked wonders in getting the players back in to group training after the Coronavirus lockdown
Liverpool players returned to Melwood as part of Premier League restart. The players were undergoing running exercises as well as various pre season tests as Jurgen Klopp's side prepare to lift their first league title in 30 years.
Liverpool players, Andy Robertson, Gini Wijnaldum, Minamino and Adam Lallana attend training and corona virus testing at Melwood. A blue tent has been erected for players to be tested as they enter the training facility.
Brighton boss Graham Potter admits they would like more information about the Premier League return from Coronavirus but understands it is tough to know
Brighton chief executive Paul Barber said the players with contracts expiring could be difficult for some clubs but they are looking at it in the coming days
Brighton chief executive Paul Barber praised the club's fans for their support during the Coronavirus period and saying some have refused a refund for tickets