Mido: Egyptian Premier League can be resumed within 30 days

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Former Tottenham Hotspur forward and Egypt international, Ahmed Hossam Mido, has talked about the Egyptian Premier League suspension and its potential resumption date.

The Egyptian Premier League was suspended due to the recent outbreak of the coronavirus, which had originated from China.

COVID-19 has diffused in several countries causing some to suspend their footballing activities and live gatherings in general.

In an interview with Diario AS, Mido spoke about the global pandemic and the necessary precautions that need to be taken to overcome the spread of the coronavirus.

“It is very important to follow the instructions of the competent authorities to be able to beat the coronavirus and stay safe,” Mido said.

“Football is not a priority during the current situation, which of course will affect all the clubs around the world, but people’s lives are more important.”

The former Celta Vigo man also believes that the Egyptian Premier League can continue a month from now.

“The league can be resumed within 30 days if the authorities can control the current situation. You’d have to wait at least a month before taking this decision,” he added.

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