passionate Moyes states footballers are taking dangers by continuing to play during lockdown however the West Ham manager stays pleased that the show is going on.

Elite sport was allowed to continue during the 3rd national lockdown, however with cases hitting brand-new highs in the Premier League and more than 100 positive outcomes returned from the most recent round of Football League testing, fears are growing that it may be stopped again.

Newcastle manager Steve Bruce said on Friday it was “morally wrong” for football to push on and that those inside the Premier League bubble are “simply as susceptible as everyone else”.

Asked whether he felt football needs to be continuing, Moyes stated: “I have a lot of agreement with what Steve has stated however football has assisted lots of people.

” With Project Restart, we chose to come back, we thought it was the best thing. I enjoy football is back but we need to bear in mind that the players are taking threats every single week, they are going back to their households. They are checked however they have to fly to games and remain in hotels.”

While players are taking risks to continue working, the joyful period saw a number captured breaching lockdown restrictions, consisting of West Ham’s Manuel Lanzini.

The Argentine was envisioned with 3 Tottenham gamers at a Christmas party and has because apologised and made a contribution to Newham Foodbank. The club condemned his actions, however Moyes is keen to ensure that footballers are not unjustly hung out to dry.

” If you are taking difficult measures on gamers, take them on the Federal government people who have actually broken constraints too,” stated Moyes. “A lot of individuals are tossing stones from glass homes.

” Manuel has slipped up, he has apologised. Lots of individuals declaring things ought to be different. Gamers have done an impressive job however errors will be made.”