David Moyes desires a four-week block of training prior to games are resumed.
David Moyes fears a Premier League injury pile-up if players are hurried back from coronavirus lockdown in a quote to finish the existing season.
Authorities are still wrestling with the problem of how to finish the campaign in such a tight timescale, with clubs most likely to need to play 3 games a week.
And while the West Ham boss desires a four-week training accumulation once the limitations ease, he acknowledged clubs are not likely to get what they want– and might pay the rate as a result.
David Moyes is concerned about injuries (Bradley Collyer/PA)
Moyes informed the Keys & & Gray Show on beIN Sports: “I think that 4 weeks would be perfect. I think 3 weeks will be the optimum we get.
“Everybody’s now talking about the injuries we’re liable to pick up either during the three-week preparation time or during the period where it looks like we’ll have to play an awful lot of games in a short period of time.”
The Hammers will resume the campaign sitting above the transfer zone on goal distinction.
David Moyes is motivated with what he saw at West Ham (Victoria Jones/PA)
Nevertheless Moyes insisted he sees cause for optimism early in his second spell in charge, including: “I wish to construct a new, energetic, young team and I think we have actually simply begun that.
“With the signings we’ve brought in January, trying to freshen it up and given us a lot more youthfulness and direction.”
On The Other Hand Moyes exposed among his most significant remorses during his aborted time as Manchester United boss was stopping working in quotes to land Toni Kroos, Gareth Bale and Cesc Fabregaras.
When asked about the players he was sorry for losing out on finalizing, he stated: “One of them would be Michael Essien, to bring him to Everton, Toni Kroos would certainly be one at Manchester United, and at that time as well we were very much after Gareth Bale and Cesc Fabregas.”