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الاثنين، 30 مارس 2020

UEFA will discuss the fate of its European competitions on WednesdayUEFA


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                "UEFA has invited 55 federations to participate in a video conference on Wednesday, April  to discuss options for a possible rescheduling of matches," the European Union said.

The European Union added that the players' transfers and contracts will also be discussed.

UEFA President Alexander Chevrin said at the weekend that the current season might not end if the competitions did not resume before the end of June, although he did not rule out its extension to the next season.

Chevrin told the Italian newspaper La Repubblica that there were several options to end the season
Chevrin told the Italian newspaper La Repubblica that there were several options to end the season.

"There is a first, second and third plan. The three plans relate to the start of competitions in mid-May, in June and at the end of June, and if we do not succeed, we will likely lose the season," said the UEFA president.

Nevertheless, Chevrin added, "There is also the possibility to resume activity at the beginning of the new season and then start the season itself later. We will see the best solutions for league and club ties."

Chevrin said that the priority will be to end the local seasons, even if this causes matches to be played without fans.
He revealed, "There is a proposal aimed at ending the current season at the beginning of the next season, which will be delayed in the launch," but added, "Because we do not know when the epidemic will end, we cannot develop a final plan."

Clubs fear massive financial consequences in the event of failure to complete the season, especially in terms of the lack of match revenue and direct broadcast revenue


UEFA said in a statement on Monday that it will discuss the fate of the Champions League and other competitions that have been suspended due to the outbreak of the Coruna epidemic during a video conference on Wednesday.

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