Tebas was constantly aiming for mid-June as the La Liga renewal date. So he confirmed that goal on Sunday while insisting that there would be plenty of football for fans to enjoy daily throughout the summer.
La Liga could return on June 12
La Liga president Javier Tebas hopes the competition could return underway on June 12, promising games “every day for 35 days. “The season was suspended in March due to the coronavirus pandemic. Which claimed the lives of more than 283,000 people worldwide so far. Spain was one of the most affected countries in Europe, but the country’s mortality rate fell to its lowest level in the last seven weeks after breaking out of strict isolation. Tebas was constantly aiming for mid-June as the La Liga renewal date.So he confirmed that goal on Sunday while insisting that there would be plenty of football for fans to enjoy daily throughout the summer. “I don’t know. It will depend on the phases. I would like it to be on June 12. It will depend on the steps,” he told reporters.
There will be football every 35 days
“It will depend on the spikes in the coronavirus.” The first and second divisions will end simultaneously. “There will be football every day for 35 days.” It was confirmed last weekend that five players in the top two divisions of Spain tested positive for Covid-19. Tabas said the result was better than expected, and he hopes that all players are completely free of infection when La Liga resumes. “We hope to return the contest with almost no infections. If everything was done as it should, there shouldn’t be,” he said.” If five infected appeared at a club, it would denote some negligence. We are going to be on top.
“There is a place where we do not have control, which is when players and coaches go home. They were given a sheet of what to do.” Real Madrid players reported their first training session in more than two months on Monday, with clubs now allowed to return to the field to take part in small group sessions. The current Spanish champions Barcelona are also preparing to return, as they are looking at the clinch for the third consecutive title after establishing a two-point lead over Madrid, with 11 fixtures remaining.