Raheem Stirling, a Manchester City star, said there are people in his family who have died from the Covid-19 virus. And said that it should be a guarantee that everyone is safe before the Premier League to kick back. Raheem Sterling, the talented wing of Manchester City, the English Premier League club, revealed that their family members had died from the Covid-19 virus. The United Kingdom is considered a country infected with the Covid-19 virus. It is the 3rd most in the world at 223,060 people, while the death toll is the 2nd in the world at 32,065, which makes the city's football games suspended since March. Not long ago, the government of the United Kingdom issued a declaration of lenient locking. And one of them is to allow sports programs to be able to compete from 1 June onwards. That includes the Premier League, but it's still unclear whether the Premier League will be able to kick back since that day, after which there are still many issues to be considered. For example, to kick in the neutral field Or kicked unnoticed in the field or not, for example.