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Everton: Players can return quickly after Premier League break - Michael Keane

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Footballers will only need “a couple of weeks of proper training” to be able to return to action, says Everton defender Michael Keane.

Professional football in England has been put on hold until 30 April amid the coronavirus crisis, but Premier League clubs will hold talks on 3 April to discuss when games could be staged.



"It's important we continue to work hard and build up because we don't know when we'll be back in – the Premier League could start again in a month or longer,” Keane, 27, told Talksport.



"We're helping out in the community, which is brilliant," said Keane, who has spoken on the phone to a 78-year-old Everton supporter called Rod.

“As long as we get a couple of weeks proper training before the next game - and the lads have worked hard in the meantime - we'll be fine."

Centre-back Keane outlined how Everton staff are remotely monitoring the fitness of Carlo Ancelotti's squad.

"All the lads have got on board.
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