The League will start from mid-June
CHENNAI: A day after it became known that the Bundesliga will restart from mid-May, it became known that the league It is also all set to resume from mid-June three months after the season was suspended due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Jose Antonio Cachaza, managing director of the league India , confirmed that the clubs, which have already started testing players for Covid-19, will also start training from next week.
“Bundesliga has shown the way forward and we are following their example as to how we can resume our season. the league generates 1.4 percent of Spain’s GDP. So after a lot of discussion with the government authorities, we can say that we are looking at the second or third week of June as a possible return to action. The clubs have been intimated about the same,” Cachaza said in an online press conference on Thursday.
El portavoz de the league informó sobre el horario de entrenamiento entregado a los clubes antes del reinicio. “Esta semana se trata de verificar los terrenos y evaluar a los jugadores, mientras que será un entrenamiento individual la próxima semana. La semana que comienza el 18 de mayo será entrenamiento en grupos pequeños. A partir del 25 de mayo, permitiremos que la mitad del escuadrón entrene juntos y la semana siguiente a partir del 1 de junio veremos la práctica completa del escuadrón ”, dijo Cachaza.
Champions League probable ending on August 29:
Currently, Barcelona leads the table with a two point advantage Real Madrid while 11 rounds of matches still remain in the league to complete. Cachaza said they need to end their season by July as UEFA wants to host the Champions League and Europa matches in the month of August. “The league associations of various countries have reached an agreement with UEFA that August will be kept aside for only Champions League and Europa matches. The date of CL final is tentatively scheduled on August 29. So the leagues have an obligation to complete their engagements before August,” Cachaza
Real will play home matches at the Estadio di Stefano:
He also confirmed that Real Madrid will be playing their matches at Alfredo di Stefano Stadium and ruled out the possibility of matches being held at neutral venues. “The Bernabeu (Real’s home stadium) is under renovation. With matches being played behind closed doors and the protocol saying that there can't be more than 250 people inside the stadium, including working professionals. Real thought they could play their games in their second stadium. The dimension of the pitch is the same as Bernabeu and it shouldn't be a problem, the official said.