UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin told Italian daily La Repubblica at the weekend that football “could start again in mid-May, in June or even late June” but that any time after that and “the season will probably be lost.” The impact of the pandemic on Europe has already forced UEFA to put Euro 2020 back 12 months. “This includes the play-off matches for UEFA Euro 2020 and qualifying matches for UEFA. “All other UEFAmatches are hereby postponed too, this was followed by a videoconference with Eu
Asian football hazards discarding long periods of progress if classes and clubs neglect to take care of their players during the COVID pandemic, the top of the worldwide footballers' association has cautioned. Ability pools will diminish and imported products will evaporate if players keep on confronting pay cuts and unsteadiness, FIFPro general secretary Jonas Baer-Hoffmann told AFP. He featured the case of Indonesia, saying a "one-sided choice" to slice players' wages by 75% had caused "very extreme difficulty".
The Belarusian top flight has experienced a surge in popularity as other leagues across Europe have gone dark. FIFPro has taken aim at the Belarusian Premier League, saying it is "not comprehendible" that the league continues to play amid the coronavirus pandemic. The Belarus league is the only top flight in Europe that is still playing on, with every other first division on hiatus as the virus continues to wreak havoc all over the world. Notably, the league has continued to allow fans to attend matches a