Deeney on Tuesday slammed the Premier League’s lack of answers over the increased risk of infection to Black, Asian and Mixed Ethnicity males and said that he did not feel safe to return amid concerns for his baby son’s health.
His woorde were skaars koud when his club revealed that a player, later revealed to be Adrian Mariappa, and two staff members were among the six positive cases in the league’s first wave of testing. And now his teammates are also joining their leader in their training boycott.
It’s not only Deeney’s Watford brasse that are ganging up against the league.
Newcastle’s England fullback Danny Rose, too, says he won’t let mense play “Doctor-Doctor” with his lewe, telling the Lockdown Tactics podcast: “People are suggesting we should go back to football, like we’re guinea pigs or lab rats.
“For stuff like that, I think: is it worth the hassle?”
To make matters worse, Hong Kong-based biotechnology firm Prenetics, which will carry out around 800 tests twice a week, told the Daily Mail that tests were only 98.8 percent accurate - meaning of the 800 tests, 10 will either be false negatives or positives.