The shifting schedule highlights the increasing COVID-19 issues in the EPL.
"To confirm that on Monday morning is scandalous".
Whilst it is not uncommon for games to be postponed and the Premier League has already seen several matches called off due to outbreaks within clubs, the suggestion that another game could be put in place is the difference.
Tottenham trio Erik Lamela, Sergio Reguilon and Giovani Lo Celso and Manchester City's Benjamin Mendy were among those pictured attending parties over the festive period.
As the coronavirus pandemic takes a more solid grip on the world of sport and football in particular, unorthodox practices are likely to become commonplace which is exactly what the Premier League are intending with a fixture rearrangement this week.
"I am angry because it is not right".
The Blades suffered multiple positive tests ahead of their clash with Burnley in December, but did not ask for the match to be postponed.
"What do I have to say to stop with this talk?" said Mourinho.
With coronavirus cases soaring in the United Kingdom, and the government looking for football to set an example, the Premier League has toughened its stance.
Fulham's main gripe has been at the lack of official notice they were given about the Spurs game, Parker raising questions over why Fulham weren't notified of the potential rescheduling at the end of last week.
Fulham have lost eight of their last nine matches against Tottenham and the bookies odds suggest that trend is set to continue with an away win an unfancied 15/2 with Bet 365, while the draw is also deemed unlikely at 4/1 with the same firm.
Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo, though, has warned that another stoppage could accelerate a restructuring of European football towards a Super League model.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta echoed Bruce's comments: "Morally, with the situation we have in this country and worldwide, to keep doing what we are doing is a little bit of a odd feeling", Arteta said. "This is my biggest fear", said the Portuguese. The squad have reacted fine to it, they've come in, prepared as well as we can, they're raring to go, probably there is an element that they want to get back out and get back into the competition.
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