- The 2019/20 Premier League campaign remains suspended indefinitely.
- The season could restart behind closed doors in the middle of June.
- Farke is wary about the risks involved amid the pandemic.
Daniel Farke is adamant that the 2019/20 Premier League campaign should not restart if it puts even a single human life at risk.
The Norwich City manager told Sky Sports: "My general attitude is that we should we should try everything to finish the season. But if we can save just one life by not finishing the season, we need to do this.
"Because all the money, all the good mood, all the fairness aspects are not the point when it is about the lives of human beings. If we finish the season and we just would risk one life of one human being, then we shouldn't do this.
Let's try everything to do this for many reasons. We should do this but without risking any health or any lives of human beings.They are not easy decisions. There are advantages and disadvantages for each and every scenario.
"When I think about Liverpool, I think we have all got the feeling that for their great work, they deserve right now to have the chance to win the title. And for us, we deserve to work on our little miracle and stay in this league."
The Premier League is currently gearing up for a restart on June 12 and the games could be played behind closed doors at eight different neutral grounds, including Old Trafford.
For what it's worth, Norwich are currently dead last in the table, 6 points away from safety and the general consensus is that the Canaries are as good as relegated to the Championship.
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