Claudio Tapia, president of the governing body of Argentine soccer, had a telephone conversation with the Minister of Health of the Nation and agreed to a face-to-face meeting for next week.
The contact between Claudio Tapia, president of the Argentine Football Association, and Ginés González García, Minister of Health of the Nation, limited himself to a telephone conversation on Tuesday, thus postponing the face-to-face meeting between the two for next week.
In addition to the lack of certainty that exists in the soccer of that country due to the return to training, from the AFA they are under pressure to prioritize the five teams that participate in the Copa Libertadores and who already knew the relaunch schedule for the week. from September 14.
“In this meeting, work will be done on aspects related to the gradual return of soccer training under a strict comprehensive plan that will cover all categories of Argentine Soccer,” the governing body of Argentine soccer announced in a statement.
And about River, Boca, Racing, Defense and Justice and Tigre, teams that have their games scheduled on 9/17, the AFA assured that “a date will also be scheduled for those teams that must face international commitments immediately”, in pursuit of the return to practices is before August 3.
#Institutional The President, Claudio Tapia, agreed today with the Minister of Health of the Nation, Dr. Ginés González García, to hold the meeting for the return to training next week.
– AFA (@afa) July 21, 2020
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