The president of LaLiga referred to the protests that triggered the wave of positive coronavirus cases in Fuenlabrada.
Javier Thebes, President of The league, was pronounced after the controversial suspension of Sports of La Coruña–Fuenlabrada during the last day of the calendar of the Second division, due to an outbreak of coronavirus in the Madrid club.
The postponement forced to postpone the promotion playoffs, since the team affected with COVID-19 cases was involved in that fight, and also caused protests from the Galicians when they could not fight for their stay on the pitch and request the repetition of all day.
“Obviously, LaLiga, the Federation and the Committee have already said that the matches will not be repeated. It will be attempted to play when the players are available,” the manager told Deportes Cuatro.
Likewise, the boss of the aforementioned body clarified that the protocol could not prevent infections: “Fuenlabrada traveled because in the PCRs that were carried out on the entire expedition, they had not tested positive and were in perfect condition to be able to play. The inspectors that have Each club is the one that has to see if the protocol has been breached. For three or four weeks we have been warning that we were on the wire (to the limit) and the situation could lead to some problem in a game. “
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