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All you want to know about the status of European football leagues resumption and...

Football leagues across Europe have been suspended since March due to the coronavirus pandemic which has claimed over 130,000 lives throughout the continent. Lockdown restrictions...
The sport of football has come to complete standstill globally. European football leagues are the ones most severely hit with Covid19 pandemic. The most lucrative and most football of the world football leagues in Europe including German Bundesliga, English Premier League, Serie A, La-Liga are planning to make a comeback. All you want to know about the status of resumption of these leagues, the challenges, the updates, the developments will be posted regularly. Just Check where the professional football leagues in Europe stands in their attempts to resume operations and the Live action - Bundesliga - GERMANY The German Bundesliga looks set to be the first among top European leagues to resume its season following the coronavirus pandemic-induced lockdown in the continent, after the country’s health minister and regional leaders said matches could potentially resume from May 9. Plans are afoot to hold remaining games behind closed doors. The Bundesliga has been suspended since mid-March due to the Covid-19 outbreak, which has infected more than 143,000 and killed over 4,500 in Germany. Regional leaders in Bavaria and North Rhine Westphalia said on Monday that any league resumption would be without fans and that there would be no action before May 9. “These are very positive signals for any resumption of the season,” said Bayern Munich CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge in a statement. “It is important that we carefully adhere to any legal and medical guidelines in order to minimise any health risk.” Borussia Dortmund also welcomed the news, saying politicians had been convinced by the league’s plans and that it was now up to clubs to stick to it. “This is a show of faith from politics if it means we can play again from May 9 onwards,” Dortmund CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke said. German health minister Jens Spahn told Bild newspaper on Sunday that a resumption on May 9 would depend on the infection risk. “What is crucial is that the infection risk is minimised,” Spahn said. “That would be for millions of football fans from May 9 onwards a bit of normalcy even with empty stands.” The German Football League will meet on Thursday to discuss the latest developments and consider a possible start date. Bayern are top of the Bundesliga, four points clear of Dortmund, with nine games left in the campaign. Premier League - United Kingdom Premier League clubs have reportedly been given a new deadline to start next season despite delays due to the health crisis. The current season remains at a standstill, with no proposed return date due to concerns over the safety of players and fans. Top flight clubs reiterated their desire to finish the current season during a meeting on Friday, but rescheduling fixtures remains a huge problem. Clubs are hopeful to get things back up and running by June 8, but that will depend on UK government guidelines that are out of the league’s hands. Pressure is ramping up to finish the current campaign, and The Telegraph reports the new September start date for the next season is urging clubs to wrap up the 2020-21 campaign quickly. Meanwhile there are murmurs with-in the Premier League circles that the closed door matches will be boosted by fake crowd noise designed to boost the production quality of Live action on television. Clubs in English top-flight soccer’s Premier League discussed the issue at their most recent meeting. Paul Barber, Brighton chief executive, revealed some of his club’s thinking on presentation of matches without fans, which included altering the look of the seating and bringing in crowd noise. LA LIGA - SPAIN TRAINING RESTART protocol In Spain, La Liga and the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) have agreed a return to training protocol for professional players in the country, the Spanish National Sports Council (CSD) announced on Monday. Spain’s top division has been suspended since March 12 due to the Covid-19 outbreak which has so far killed more than 20,800 people, the third-highest number of deaths in the world after the United States and Italy. “This decision remains controlled by the evolution of the Covid-19 pandemic and by the decisions adopted by the Ministry of Health,” the CSD said in a statement. La Liga clubs will train again “when health conditions allow it, and by following strict health protocols,” it added. Serie A - ITALY Clubs vote to continue season Italian clubs have also committed to finishing the season after all 20 Serie A teams on Tuesday voted unanimously to complete the league campaign, which has been suspended for the past six weeks amid the coronavirus pandemic. “The Assembly of the Serie A League met this morning and confirmed, with the unanimous vote of all twenty associated clubs in video conference, the intention to complete the 2019-2020 sports season,” Italy’s top flight said in a statement. UEFA tells members to complete the season Elsewhere, UEFA made a “strong recommendation” on Tuesday that domestic European football league seasons, currently on hold because of the coronavirus pandemic, be completed. “There was a strong recommendation given to finish domestic top division and cup competitions,” European football’s governing body said. The confederation is eager to steer all 55 member countries towards a consensus. Tuesday’s recommendation means Belgium and Scotland, who were keen on finishing their seasons now, are unlikely to be given a green light by UEFA anytime soon.

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