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Lampard says Chelsea v City is on 'for now', Pep rants at Everton, Jose blasts 'unprofessional' Premier League and Klopp insists NO circuit-breaker is necessary as virus dominates press conferences Premier League managers have had their say on the latest coronavirus chaos  Two games were postponed this week owing to outbreaks at City and Fulham  Jose Mourinho branded the top flight 'unprofessional' for disrupting his side Pep Guardiola slammed Everton as Frank Lampard said the game is going ahead Jurgen Klopp said a two-week 'circuit breaker' is not necessary at this stage 

By Ollie Lewis For Mailonline

Published: 14:03 GMT, 1 January 2021 | Updated: 14:06 GMT, 1 January 2021

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Premier League managers have had their say on the latest coronavirus chaos as top flight action is set to continue amid a surge in cases among England's top division. 

This week has seen the Premier League most heavily affected by the coronavirus pandemic with two games postponed, as Everton vs. Manchester City and Tottenham vs. Fulham were abandoned due to outbreaks within the camps of the two away sides.

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There have been varied calls as to what the top flight should do amid the concerning rise in cases, with West Brom boss Sam Allardyce calling for a two-week 'circuit breaker' while others have pleaded a more cautious approach.

Premier League bosses have had their say on the coronavirus chaos among the top flight

Premier League bosses have had their say on the coronavirus chaos among the top flight

English football has been rocked by a surge in coronavirus cases in the past week

English football has been rocked by a surge in coronavirus cases in the past week

And Frank Lampard, Pep Guardiola, Jose Mourinho and Jurgen Klopp have had their say over the biggest talking point in English football ahead of the weekend's games.

Spurs boss Mourinho branded the Premier League 'unprofessional' for leaving it late before calling off the Spurs game, insisting that the chaos disrupted his team.

‘I don't want to speak too much about it. Just to say that I felt unprofessional but that's the way it is or that's the way it was,' he said ahead of the Leeds United game.

‘We were preparing

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