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الاثنين، 13 أبريل 2020

Major clubs affected by the cancellation of European championships?

                         Major clubs affected by the cancellation of                                              European championships?

Liverpool, for example, was gasping for the Premier League title for the first time since 1990, ahead of its direct competitor Manchester City by 25 points (and more games) after 29 stages of 38.

The Red Club was just around the corner to clinch the title in its favor, when Premier League matches were suspended due to the "Covid-19" epidemic in mid-March. His supporters feared that the long-awaited dream would disappear.

However, Slovenian UEFA president (FIFA) Alexandre Schwerin sought to reassure Red Club fans, saying last week, "It is impossible for Liverpool not to be a champion. If the matches are played, it is almost certain that he will win the title. In theory he has not yet won the title." But he is definitely able to do that, "he added," in the event that matches cannot be played, we will need to find a way and a + key + on which to announce the results and determine the winners (...) I do not see any scenario in which Liverpool (a hero) is not. "

Although the European Union does not favor an early termination of seasons, the prospect of canceling the 2019-2020 season has become a haunting concern for European clubs, in light of the continued imposition of strict domestic quarantine in many countries of the old continent, like other countries of the world, in the context of combating the epidemic "Covid -19 ".

In the event of cancellation, the option to adopt the current arrangement as a final result of the season, will go ahead at the expense of the other option, which adopts the scenario of canceling all the results recorded when the league stops. In any case, any options resorted to in this regard will have major sporting implications.

Lazio, Real Madrid, Dortmund: Farewell to the title

If the situation in England is almost settled in light of the big difference in favor of Liverpool, as is France, where Paris Saint-Germain is ahead of its closest rival, Marseille, by 12 points, the scene is different in other competitions.

In Germany, Borussia Dortmund is second only to four points behind leaders Bayern Munich, while Barcelona is ahead of rivals Real Madrid by two points in Spain. In Italy, the competition appears raging between Juventus, one point ahead of Lazio, who searches for the title "Seri A", which was crowned only twice in his 102-year history.

Lazio Claudio Loteto, president of the Lazio Club, is among the most demanding of the resumption of activity in Italy, one of the countries most affected by "Covid-19" in terms of the number of deaths, which amounted to about 20,000, noting that the measures of domestic isolation to combat the outbreak of the virus will remain in place until the third of May At least.

Tottenham and Lyon: Farewell to Europe

And in the event that the current arrangement is finally adopted, the clubs that do not qualify for the European competitions but still keep their hopes to achieve this, will be in the category of losing clubs as well.

The most prominent in this category is Tottenham Hotspur, the Champions League runners-up last season (lost to fellow Liverpool 0-2), who is currently in eighth position against Arsenal, who also faces the disqualification of continental participation.

French Lyon, currently in seventh place, will be absent from continental competitions for the first time since 1995, which will cause him a great loss, especially in financial terms.

The president of Lyon-Jean-Michel Olas was one of the most prominent advocates of a "white season" in France, that is, his cancellation without counting the results, considering that there are doubts about the ability to resume it, which makes "the chances of finishing all the matches weak."

Some clubs that did not perform well in the first part of the league find themselves in positions threatened by relegation, such as Bournemouth, who collected the same number of points with Watford (the first non-descending clubs in the English Premier League), but lagging behind on goal difference.

On the other hand, Real Mallorca has a point lower than the last non-falling center in Spain, but it may find itself among the clubs that will fall to the second degree.

But the loss will not only be significant, because the downfall means huge financial losses that could shake any club.

Spanish League president Javier Tipas, who considers abolition not an "option", summed up the situation by saying that Spanish clubs would lose a total of "one billion euros if we did not play again.

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