Sport Ligue 1 will not resume
Spadafora: "Serie A could resume in mid-June"
© Supplied by Sofoot Spadafora: "Serie A could resume in mid-June" Italy continues to believe in it. While the Italian federation announced Monday that Serie A will not resume before June 14 , the Minister of Sports Vincenzo Spadafora wants to believe that this new date of postponement may well be the last, before the championship resumes his rights: "If, as we hope, the contagion curve continues to decrease, then it will be possible to confirm this date for the start of Serie A matches.
After the announcements of Edouard Philippe on Thursday, the LFP confirmed that the championships in Ligue 1 and in League 2 not resume. The LFP persists and signs. In the wake of Prime Minister Édouard Philippe's intervention on phase 2 of the deconfinement in France, Thursday, the league said, in a statement sent to AFP, that there was "no question of considering a restart of the 2019-2020 season as some are struggling to ask ". Édouard Philippe was rightly questioned about the shutdown of at his press conference and somewhat caused trouble by explaining that he could not act on "decisions of leagues and federations". However, it was his declaration in the gallery of the National Assembly on April 28 which had prompted the LFP and the FFF to decide to stop the professional championships two days later ... As a reminder, after the Bundesliga, which relaunched already two weeks ago, the English Premier League, the Spanish Liga and even the Italian Serie A have now started their respective recovery in mid-June.
Mediapro announces a partnership with TF1 and the creation of a "Telefoot" channel for the broadcasting of Ligue 1 .
© Supplied by Gentside Mediapro announces a partnership with TF1 and the creation of a "Telefoot" channel for the broadcasting of Ligue 1 For sure, the 2019-2020 Ligue 1 season will not be remembered. Not because of the quality of the matches, but simply because this season had to be stopped on the 27th day because of the COVID-19 epidemic which affected a large part of the whole world, in particular France.