It has recently been reported that West Ham United have reopened Rush Green training ground with plenty of restrictions, and a lot of the fanbase have been reacting to this news.
According to West Ham News, the club has followed in the footsteps of Arsenal who have allowed their players to train, after recent events has caused football to be postponed for around six weeks and training facilities have had to be shut during this time.
West Ham fans, are you happy the training ground has been reopened?
Football.London reports that one player is allowed access to the site at one time whilst no one is allowed at all in the main complex building at the training ground. Players who don’t have safe access to green space are being granted permission to have a jog around the Rush Green pitches.
They have to bring their own training equipment with them, provided to them by the club, and they must arrive and leave the training ground alone having done their training.
It will be interesting to see if other clubs start following what the Hammers and the Gunners have done, but it still looks like the Premier League returning is a long way away.
Here is what they had to say following reports:
West Ham’s players have been allowed to return to the Rush Green training ground amid plenty of restrictions.
The club have followed Arsenal in allowing players to head back to their training grounds having been under lockdown for nearly six weeks and Rush Green out of action. pic.twitter.com/Ag8YcY6c6A
— West Ham News (@whufc_news) April 27, 2020
Really not a great move really surly?
— TheDon (@coachdon45) April 27, 2020
Think their training facilities at home are probably better than rush green anyway
— Brad Hassall (@brad_hass4) April 27, 2020
Not impressed by that at all
— Aa – #NeverBiden Bug🐛 (@USA_Ricee) April 27, 2020
Probably had better training conditions at home than at Rush Green
— Will Mason ⚒ (@WillMason94) April 27, 2020
They’d have more benefits of training in their toilets. https://t.co/xNVmhZ3pwI
— knighty (@Kniighty) April 27, 2020
Any players without access to a cosy Partkabin, 20 year old exercise bike or a bacon roll are allowed on site. https://t.co/jQLy94bsGd
— Neil Adams (@okpal100) April 27, 2020
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