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La Liga could restart on 12 June hopes the president Javier Tebas, and matches behind closed doors.

The president of La Liga Javier Tebas hopes that Spain’s flight will restart on 12 June and says coronavirus tests will pratically mean zero risk to players during games. On Sunday, the league said that five players had tested positive for the virus across Spain’s divisions, they have started to test players last week as they plan to resume the training and play matches behind closed doors.

The president Tebas said in an interview, that he would like the restart date to be on the 12 June. He also add that they have to be careful; it will depend on many factors such as the potential rise in infections, which do not depend on football but Spanish society. Besides, he emphasized that the risk during games will be practically zero because all the players will be tested.

In addition, president Tebas added that the second division could restart also at the same time and that national competitions may need to be completed by 31 July.

It will nice in these stressful times, there will be no fans at games but there will be football every day. In the meantime, many clubs, including FC Barcelona, started individual training last week.

The president of La Liga said that 25 to 30 positive cases had been expected while adding that only five positive tests can be considered as good news for the football industry.

Sergio Ramos captain of Real Madrid added that players and football could help the economy to work again, the Football is secondary right now, but it can serve as a distraction for the people who have been suffering.

Actually, Spain has 26,621 deaths and 264,663 infections, which is one of the worst hit countries in Europe.

We are looking forward to seeing our teams again on the TV, forgetting the daily struggle and stress.


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