Europe’s top football leagues are ready to return

When the Covid-19 pandemic situation is somewhat “cooled off” in Europe, it is also the time when the top football competitions “the old continent” are planning to return to complete the 2019/20 season.

Tonight (16.5), the ball in the German league (Bundesliga) will officially roll back with 6 matches in the round 26. After 25 rounds have passed, Bayern Munich is leading the rankings with 55 points, more than 2 points against Dortmund.

Players in the Bundesliga practice waiting for “re-export”

As such, the Bundesliga is the European tournament back to the earliest post-Covid-19 era. Previously, this tournament also had a lot of difficulties in determining the return time, but thanks to the Government ‘green light’ and the efforts of the Organizing Committee, the new tournament came back soon in order to complete the 2019 season. 20.

It can be said that the Italian league (Serie A) is the most difficult tournament to roll the ball back but recently, the Italian Olympic Committee (CONI) announced that certainly Serie A season 2019/20 will Reboot next month. After 27 rounds, Juventus is leading the rankings with 63 points, 1 point higher than the second team Lazio.

Similarly, the British government has decided that professional sports events in the country will continue to be banned until at least 1.6. This means the English Premier League can return in the next month.

Initially, the most attractive tournament on the planet put the plan back on June 12, but after a meeting between the Organizing Committee and 20 clubs recently agreed to officially return to take place after one week, which means June 19.

After 29 rounds in the Premier League, Liverpool is leading the rankings with 82 points, 25 points ahead of the second team Man City.

La Liga coming back next month

Along with that, the organizers of the Spanish league football (La Liga) recently confirmed it will bring the rest of the 2019/20 season back on 12.6 and 20 clubs will have 35 days to play 11 rounds.

After 29 rounds, Barcelona is leading with 58 points, 2 points ahead of Real Madrid. Besides, the Portuguese league and Turkish championship are also scheduled to return next month.

EURO 2020 is postponed due to COVID-19 (Part 2)

The Serie A organizing committee earlier announced that they would postpone the tournament until April 3. And if as; This situation lasted, the football house bookmaker commented that the likelihood that the tournament could be postponed is longer.

Situation on La Liga tournament

Situation La Liga tournament has also announced to delay the tournament at least 2 rounds to wait for expression. The decision was made when Real Madrid announced; All football players of this team must be isolated. Are known; Real Madrid football club, basketball and handball teams are all gathered at the Valdebebas (Madrid) training area.

Therefore; after a Covid-10 positive basketball player test, all employees, athletes; players are ordered to isolate themselves at home. And require the players to adhere to strict quarantine regulations.

The optimal solution

Given the current situation, it is likely that UEFA will offer a solution to postpone the Champions League and Europa League, moving EURO 2020 to 2021. This will help the league in England, Italy or many other countries in Europe. could finish the season in the summer.

This is the best solution for the parties. If; With the start of the EURO 2020 as scheduled, there will be no time for the Football Association members to make up for the compensatory schedule when the club’s season is delayed.

When Italy decides to completely sports activities in this country until in April, the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) offered three scenarios for this year’s Serie A season, including not awarding the championship; and meet privately with clubs as well as UEFA for European cup qualification, award titles based on current rankings; and finally play-off kicks to win the championship and relegation when things go down.

Daily Mail stated that the above mentioned solutions of FIGC are unfair to the teams; and ineffective. Leaving the season to a stop is the best way to ensure everything is safe. Tournaments will continue until summer; when the situation calmed down.