LaLiga president Javier Tebas has given Barcelona and Real Madrid fans want to celebrate a title win with their teams. With 11 rounds of matches left to play tonight, LaLiga resumes with two focuses clear from Real Madrid on Barcelona.
Matches ought to be played behind closed doors however Tebas said: ‘If before the finish of the season we could have 10 percent or 15 percent of the stadium capacity that would be acceptable. The pandemic droops. It should be coordinated with fans returning. We are going to see it in 10 to 15 days.’
Tebas also warned complacent players that recklessly behaving and threatening the fruition of the season could mean clubs being compelled to bolt up whole lists while the remaining 110 matches are played according to Daily Mail.
There have been several instances of players breaking the standards of quarantine and if that proceeds, the club will consider placing players under lockdown.
Four players from Seville posted photos of a 12-man barbecue fourteen days ago when the social gatherings were diminished to only 10 individuals. And Barcelona’s Nelson Semedo is the latest to be photographed ridiculing limitations, holding a birthday party.
Tebas said the league had no capacity to penalize players, however, it was composed to clubs, and compelled to make them break the principles without anyone else. Semedo didn’t train with his team-mates in Barcelona Thursday.
He added of the protocol for new cases of coronavirus: ‘If there is a positive the player is placed into quarantine. We ‘re testing before any games. And we realize that there are so many acceptable ones. Two days later, players who test positive are again being screened to preclude false positives. They will at that point be checked at regular intervals before they’re free to return.’
Tebas said the odd a couple of cases couldn’t be precluded at a club, yet that the players and clubs would be careless to accomplish more than that.
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, Tebas also admitted that LaLiga clubs will lose € 800 million in income in their 2019-20 accounts, yet he said he didn’t accept that future TV contracts would endure.
Tebas said an earlier estimate that clubs would lose € 300 million if the season wrapped up behind closed doors did exclude cash liable to be lost on the market for transfer.
The league president said salary cuts will be the way clubs deal with misfortunes, and he anticipated that ‘just about 10 percent of clubs will have issues’ going into next season and that none of them will be in danger of going out.