Watford captain, Troy Deeney, has uncovered that individuals disclosed to him they wished his little child gets the novel coronavirus after he chose not to come back to preparing.
Deeney was among scarcely any players in the Premier League including, Newcastle United defender, Danny Rose, who condemned restarting the Premier League season in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Premier League is at present suspended uncertainly because of the spread of the infection over the globe.
The English top-flight league on Wednesday made a significant stride towards restarting matches after every one of the 20 clubs consented to continue contact preparing.
“I saw some comments in regards to my son, people saying: ‘I hope your son gets coronavirus’,” the 32-year-old told CNN Sport.
“That is the hard part for me. If you respond to that, people then go: ‘Ah, we have got him’, and they keep doing it.
“In a time where it is all about mental health and everyone says ‘speak up, speak out, please speak’, Danny Rose spoke out, and I spoke out, and we get hammered and battered for it.
“So people see that and go ‘woah’, and it’s not just us that gets it, the missus gets direct messages, and you’ll be walking down the street, and people will be like: ‘Oh, I am at work, you go back to work.”