Jim McInally has seen key workers have to carry on working during lockdown without getting tested for Covid-19.
So the Peterhead manager does not understand why he and his players may need to be tested when they return to training.
League One and Two clubs look set to aim to start next season in October which would mean starting pre-season in mid to late August.
With the rate of infection in Scotland continuing to decrease McInally hopes by that point there will not be a requirement for the Blue Toon to carry out coronavirus tests.
The Blue Toon boss works for a pharmacy in Dundee delivering prescriptions and has not been tested during his day job.
He said: “For delivering prescriptions I haven’t been tested and that’s my issue when it comes to testing and football.
“I feel as though the work I do delivering prescriptions is more important than being part-time football manager.
“So my argument with football is why should it be put on a pedestal when it comes to testing.
“It does annoy me, not just for myself, but for all the people that work in chemists and pharmacists, doctors, nurses, cleaners, people that have worked in the shops, posties and all the key workers who have kept the country going.
“All these people have just had to endure it and put up with and carry on whilst having the risk of getting the virus.
“So having said all that why should a part-time football manager need to get a test?”
If nobody at a football club is displaying Covid-19 symptoms McInally does not see why testing is required.
He added: “I don’t see why you need to have a test without having a symptom.
“That’s where I get annoyed about where football has been placed in the grand scheme of things.
“Football is a leisure industry that means a lot to a lot of people, but at the end of the day if it wasn’t for the key workers that have kept the country going for the last four months then we wouldn’t have football to come back to.
“Where I work we were lucky we had the required PPE, but early on I saw care workers having to go into houses without it so I get annoyed when football testing is being regarded as more important than that.
“I’m not suggesting we don’t take any precautions, because we will need to take precautions.
“But to test players at training and then they’re going to their work every day and could pick it up I don’t see the point in that.”