Spanish Laliga is expected to get back in action by June amid claims from Club Deportivo Leganés manager, Javier Aguirre.
Just hours after Bundesliga officially announced its resumption date to be on the 15th May 2020, claims have been made concerning the La liga and hopefully, the League is getting back on the 20th of June.
Although, still a claim yet to be confirmed by other persons aside Leganes manager Aguirre and as well yet to be announced officially by the La Liga, the former Al Wahda manager has strongly held to his claims.
Speaking to Marca, El Vasco told the media that he has been informed by official bodies of the resumption date while other managers are yet to say a word about the recent update.
“We already have a start date for the league – on June 20 we will start La Liga and after five weeks we officially finish, on July 26,” said Aguirre.Embed from Getty Images
“Matches will be played Saturday-Sunday and Wednesday-Thursday, 11 rounds,” he continued.
“La Liga has just informed me officially and I am very happy about that because we have now scheduled the training sessions. We start tomorrow (Friday) because thankfully we passed the tests,” he added.
The players are expected to undergo tests before they can resume training in groups which Aguirre’s men are ready to kick-start their training as they look to get out of the second bottom of the table.
In the past week, the Spanish government announced that players can return to training on the pitch if only they remain no more than 6 players in the pitch.
Also in the fourth and final phase programme, the Spanish government also announced that by June events can resume with no more than 400 attendants but likely have demanded they finish off the season behind closed doors.Embed from Getty Images
The Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) has at the other end confirmed Aguirre’s claims of the season resuming with each team having an option to make 5 substitutions per game. Although The Independent Football Association Board (IFAB) is yet to approve this.
“The federation has just authorized five changes per game,” Aguirre continued.
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“It seems to me like the most sensible thing because how can you demand 90 minutes from the players when they have been stuck at home, between four walls for 80 days?
“To avoid injuries, get them in shape.”
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