In protest and while waiting for the last date of the Second to be repeated in full, the Blue and Whites’ first team ignored the LaLiga procedure.
He had warned him and kept his word: Sports of La Coruña confirmed this Monday his squad before The league and did not appear at the Abegondo facilities to carry out the PCR tests. The inspector who had sent the request did show up at the Blue and Whites’ sports city, but found the site half empty and without the presence of the first team players.
The A Coruña club, which has already made it clear on several occasions that it will only play that match on the last date with Fuenlabrada if the full day is repeated, attached the resolution of the Competition Committee stating that the minimum security measures were not being met for the match dispute.
Now everything seems to indicate that Dépor prefers to wait for the COVID-19 Monitoring Commission, made up of LaLiga, the RFEF and the CSD, to rule.
It is the second time that the Blue and Whites have been asked to do these PCRs by LaLiga. The first was rejected by the RFEF itself by not giving the OK for the game to be played on August 2 for not meeting all sanitary measures.
The intention was to play on day 5, but La Coruña (for now relegated to the Third division) ignored that request and this day he did not appear before the PCR tests because he believes that these tests do not comply with the protocol.
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