The Catalan team issued a statement asking the organization to take the pandemic into account as a crucial factor in the tournament.
Espanyol from Barcelona He has requested this Monday, through an official statement published on his website, to eliminate the declines of the 2019/20 season in competitions supervised by the league as it has happened in all those organized by the Royal Spanish Federation.
The Catalan club understands that the COVID-19 pandemic has prevented the league from developing on equal terms for all participants. Recall that the club in which Bernardo Espinosa is active is one of the three teams that has lost its place with Mallorca and Leganés.
“The economic impact of COVID-19 is going to extend to the 2020-2021 season. If we add to this the economic effect that a decrease implies, the accumulated punishment is devastating and unfair for those affected,” the statement said.
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– RCD Espanyol de Barcelona (@RCDEspanyol) August 3, 2020
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