Quique’s comments come in response to Real Madrid goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois’ argument. That it would be wrong for the Catalan side to win the title if the season could not be completed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Barca boss would not want his team to be crowned the Spanish Champions if the season has been cancelled
Barcelona boss Quique Setien says he would not want his team to be crowned the Spanish champions. By having the rest of the season has been canceled. Quique’s comments come in response to Real Madrid goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois’ argument. That it would be wrong for the Catalan side to win the title if the season could not be completed due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Camp Nou outfit has a two-point advantage over Madrid in the upper part of La Liga, and there are 11 more games to go. Even though they are in second place, Thibaut insists that his side has proved itself more reliable than the team. Collecting four points from league games against their close rivals this season.
Barca coach Setien agrees with the Belgium international that it would not be ideal for his side to win the title before the rest of the season can be played.
It’s unclear whether football will be back soon
“I would not like to win the title in this way”. “Common sense is that the league table remains as it is if the season cannot be completed”. However, the reality is that everyone would like to end the season. And win it all by playing all games, such as the Champions League”. The Spanish government have given clubs permission to begin testing players on the coronavirus and begin individual training again this week. Setien’s men will return to Barça facilities on Wednesday. It is the beginning of a four-stage process for La Liga to return to action with games. That should be played behind closed doors for a while. However, it remains unclear whether football will be back shortly. So it is feared that the season can be disposed of because of fears that the return prematurely exacerbates the Covid-19 situation.
Eibar expressed concern about returning to work. Given the potentially “terrible” consequences. While Valencia defender Gabriel Paulista cautioned against returning the league too early. More than 25 thousand people in Spain have died after infection with Covid-19 since the virus entered the country in late January.