Due to Coronavirus football matches are postpone

Due to Coronavirus football matches are postpone

Due to Coronavirus, all Football league is affected

The coronavirus spread in many countries so Europe has stopped football on the old continent. LaLiga, which has postponed the First and Second division championships for the next two weeks, joins other countries like Italy with Serie A, France with Ligue 1, Portugal with Liga NOS, the Netherlands with Eredivisie and the United Kingdom with a Premier that was the last to postpone its championship after Covid-19 positives from coach Mikel Arteta (Arsenal) and Hudson-Odoi (Chelsea). The Bundesliga will continue this weekend behind closed doors and they will stop later until 2nd April.

Premier League: two positives and no soccer until April 3
The Premier League opted for the postponement of the competition until April 3 after the positive by Covid-19 of the Spanish coach of Arsenal Mikel Arteta and the winger of Chelsea Callum Hudson-Odoiand that teams like Leicester and Everton are in isolation for possible cases of their players. There will be no football in England at any level after the agreement with the Premier, the FA, the EFL and the WSL for women, despite the fact that late on Thursday the Premier issued a statement in which they assured that the day of this weekend it was going to be played normally, with an audience in all stadiums. However, Arteta’s positive made the leaders meet in an emergency choosing to postpone the tournament.

Above all, we wish Mikel Arteta and Hudson-Odoi to recover quickly, and everyone else affected by Covid-19.In this unprecedented situation, we are working closely with our clubs, the Government, the FA, and EFL and we can assure everyone that the health and well-being of the players, the staff and the fans are our priority, “said Richard Masters, Premier CEO, who expects it to be played again on April 4 “if the health situation allows it.”

Other Football League which affected

Series A: postponed until April 3
Ligue 1: postponed “until further notice”
Bundesliga: postponed until April 2
Liga NOS: suspended indefinitely
Eredivisie: suspended until March 31
Outside Europe: MLS, K-League, Chinese Super League postponed.

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