Despite the fact that football in England is edging gradually towards a restart, plans for arrival to activity are as of now well in progress in Denmark.
As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, it has been over two months since the SuperLiga was suspended yet green light has been given for it to restart on May 28, with every single residual apparatus to be played behind closed doors.
That implies an arrival to football is under about fourteen days away for Vito Mannone, the previous manager of the Arsenal and Sunderland who is at present on credit with Esbjerg fB from Championship club Reading.
In any case, the 32-year-old is very much aware that it will be a totally different encounter when he starts playing again than he was accustomed to during a 14-year proficient profession.
What’s more, the one thing that he fears more than most? Games are played in empty arenas.
“We played one game without fans until we stopped and it was extremely strange,” Mannone tells Goal. “It is something that I don’t care for.”
The Italian manager includes: “It’s totally extraordinary, without fans. You must arrange for the game in an unexpected way, you gotta drive yourself significantly more. It makes remaining concentrated on the pitch and empowering yourself, harder.”
Mannone joined Esbjerg for the remainder of the period in January and showed up to an end before SuperLiga ground.
During the lockdown he and his better half lived in Denmark, with the Scandinavian country managing the pandemic genuinely well as opposed to other European nations.
Presently starting to ease lockout measures, Mannone and his partners are back in preparing as arrangements for the resumption of the league season keep on venturing up.
The preparation was at first directed in little gatherings yet now all work together and correspondence is allowed once more.
However there are still no structures accessible on location, guaranteeing players are changing into their preparation clothes, completing the exercise, and afterward going straight home to wash their pack before doing it once more the following day.