Sport UEFA does not care about Covid, we have to play the C1

12:26  05 august  2020
12:26  05 august  2020 Source:   sports.fr

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UEFA .com is the official site of UEFA , the Union of European Football Associations , and the governing What we now have to do is keep them going and recognise their significance, both to Based in the capital city of one of the countries hardest hit by the COVID -19 virus, Roma played a

What UEFA does . When UEFA ’s elite club competitions resume this week, the shirts of every player will carry the words ‘Thank You’ in their team’s chosen language – a symbol of European football ’s recognition of key workers for their tireless contributions on the front lines of the COVID -19 pandemic.

Ceferin © Supplied by Sports.fr Ceferin The European body has made arrangements for the qualifying and play-off matches for the next Champions League. Clubs affected by Covid-19 will have no possibility to request a postponement. After having managed to reschedule the end of the Champions League and the Europa League in August, UEFA no longer wants postponements for its European competitions. As proof, the arrangements made for the qualification and play-off matches for the next edition (2020-2021), which can be summarized as follows: if a club is affected by Covid-19, too bad for it. >> Measures taken by UEFA Thus, if several players from the same team test positive, the team in question will still be required to play its match if it has at least 13 valid players on its list A filed with UEFA. Otherwise, it may request a postponement of a few days (within the strict limits of the UEFA calendar) or have players not registered to play. And if it is impossible, if for example the workforce of a club is too decimated for it to be able to line up ... it is a game lost by default (3-0). Rennes and Reims are warned In another register, if a club is affected by a movement restriction, it is up to the receiving club to find a neutral ground which is suitable for everyone to organize the match. If it does not succeed ... it is a game lost by forfeit (3-0). These are the kinds of measures that could particularly concern the Stade Rennais in the Champions League, or the Stade de Reims in the Europa League. UEFA's only goal is for the C1 group stage to start on 20 October. Health and sports equity are obviously taking a back seat.

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