LaLiga President Javier Tebas announced that the race would resume on June 11. Sevilla Derby was the first to be played.
Previously, Tebas had announced that there would be a game every day after the first two Spanish divisions became active again after more than two months of inactivity due to the corona virus. Early came a step closer on Saturday after the government gave the green light. so football will resume starting June 8.
“We move to a different phase every Monday (in the government’s de-escalation plan),” Tebas told Movistar. Therefore [Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez] gave the date 8 June. “We have to see which day we start every day of the week.”
In the last few weeks, Theben insisted that LaLiga runs on the launch date on Friday, June 12, and he said on Sunday evening: “It will be safe this weekend. Maybe even Thursday, June 11. We can start with the game for the whole Spain to respect what happened (with Covid-19). “
And when asked which match to choose to restart Spain, he replied, “We want this to be the Sevilla Derby, Sevilla- [Real] Betis.”
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Temperatures in Spain will rise in the summer, when the season usually ends, and Theben has announced that LaLiga is working on climate, because of climate, to choose seasons and dates carefully.
“We work with computer programs and know the temperature for every day and everywhere,” he said. “We look at historical averages. That’s how we work on schedules.
“But if there is a heat wave or a rise in temperature, the game can be reversed.”
The time interval has not been fixed, but Tebas said LaLiga temporarily looked at the match schedule at 5:00 pm, 7:30 pm, and 9:30 pm, with previous games played in cooler regions such as Cantabria.
The 57-year-old added that the return protocol had been agreed, but said the number of journalists who had admitted to the stadium was not.
“We will try to ensure everyone’s health and safety,” he said. “Will will set rules, but he won’t like everyone.”
The clubs can train in groups of 14 on Monday, but four Sevilla players could be fined for breaking the blocking rules on weekends, even though they apologize on Sunday.
“There may be disciplinary measures,” Tebas said. “The players have shown regret and that is positive. We are role models for the community and we must be careful about what we do and what we publish (online).
“I would say to all participants that we cannot have that attitude. Photos are the least. We endanger thousands of jobs. We must be very careful about the things we do in our environment.”