Piers Morgan questioned why soccer followers can not return to the terraces however 1000’s of individuals can attend occasions at a theatre.
All soccer in England is at present being performed behind closed doorways as a result of coronavirus pandemic.
It was hoped supporters might begin returning this month following profitable trial occasions, however a spike in circumstances has seen plans shelved for the foreseeable future.
Arsenal fan Piers Morgan joined Jim White on talkSPORT on Monday and took subject with a latest occasion on the London Palladium the place Arsene Wenger was selling his new guide.
“I couldn’t perceive final week why Arsene Wenger is ready to do an enormous occasion the place he spoke on the London Palladium with a number of thousand individuals,” Morgan advised talkSPORT.
“With little or no social distancing, with only a few masks they usually all give him a standing ovation and chant ‘one Arsene Wenger’.
“The logic for why you’ll be able to’t have crowds at soccer matches, even when they’re socially distanced, is they’ll chant and sing and that’s going to extend the spray of the virus.
“It’s meant to be a really sound scientific motive however how are you going to then inform soccer followers that it’s okay to go in huge numbers to a theatre and chant there, with little or no safety?”