On Wednesday, the UEFA announced a series of further suspensions. Including the postponement of all international fixtures scheduled for June. The direct cancellation of some youth international tournaments to be held during the summer.

LaLiga games will be played behind closed doors

La Liga Santander games will be played behind closed doors if a solution can be found to get Spanish football back on track. At present, the date for such a return has not yet been set. Still, senior representatives of La Liga and the Spanish FA (RFEF) recognize that it will be necessary to return to normal gradually. Sources close to the situation indicated that fans would continue to be barred from visiting stadiums. To prevent another sharp epidemic of coronavirus in Spain as a result of such a large crowd. In Spain, the away game of Valencia against Atalanta in the Champions League was called the “biological bomb,” which served to accelerate the outbreak of Covid-19 and suppress local health services in both areas.

UEFA postponed all international fixtures

Once the outbreak has been held back to an acceptable degree, football is expected to return. Still, authorities and clubs will be cautious about the broader impact of the events. There is some optimism on the part of UEFA that, in the best-case scenario, some continental competitions may be resumed in June. On Wednesday, the UEFA announced a series of further suspensions, including the postponement of all international fixtures scheduled for June. The direct cancellation of some youth international tournaments to be held during the summer. However, it is unlikely that the stadiums will be allowed to reopen until the fall very shortly. There is an enormous desire on the part of UEFA to complete round 16 in both the UEFA Champions League and the Europa League. But these matches will undoubtedly be played behind closed doors if they do take place.

PSG Vs. Borussia Dortmund game decision was “criminal act” said Jurgen Klopp

Several European games have already been played without fans. Including the second stage of Valencia against Atalanta in Spain, as well as the return of the PSG at home to Borussia Dortmund. However, a large assemble of fans gathered outside PSG Parc des Princes for the game. Regardless of whether the match Liverpool against Madrid Atletico. Who was playing at the same time, happened to be full of Anfield. Madrid has already become the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak in Spain. The decision to go ahead with fans traveling from the Spanish capital to Merseyside has received widespread criticism. Jürgen Klopp told Everton chief Carlo Ancelotti that he considered this decision a “criminal act,” a view with which the Italian agreed.