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Aston Villa defender Tyrone Mings said Premier League players were treated as a commodity.
The English national expressed this opinion because of the restart of the championship, which was interrupted by the coronavirus pandemic, which is blocking the world.
“The motives for this decision are 100% financial and we are not talking about integrity. We have no choice. The players were the last to ask for a restart. But this is not a problem. We are a commodity and we accept this. We got permission to train and we did it not because it had to, but because the FA, the League, the government and UEFA said it would be played, it doesn’t matter what the players think, because everyone is coming back, the situation is “play or go. The restart was driven solely by money, Mings said.