Sports After 28 cases of Covid-19, Fuenlabrada removed from the roadblocks of accession to Liga
Cadiz promoted to La Liga after Real Zaragoza drop points
Cadiz are back in La Liga for the first time since 2006 after Real Oviedo defeated Real Zaragoza 4-2 on Sunday. Alvaro Cervera's side missed the opportunity to secure promotion on Saturday when it fell 1-0 at home to Fuenlabrada. However, Zaragoza's loss the following day left Cadiz with a seven-point cushion in the second tier's automatic places with two matches remaining. Cadiz need only one point to clinch the title thanks to their better record in head-to-head matches against Huesca, who are positioned second. ????????¡VOLVEMOS @LaLiga! ¡Hola de nuevo #LaLigaSantander! ???? pic.twitter.
And it is Fuenla who pays the cuenta .
Fuenlabrada, club in the suburbs of Madrid, has counted since this Saturday a total of 28 people infected with Covid-19, staff and players combined. A massacre which led the Spanish League, this Sunday, to definitively cancel, after having postponed it, the last match of Fuenlabrada against La Coruña. Problem: the club needed only one point during this meeting to validate their ticket for the La Liga accessions, at the expense of Elche. Fuenla took note of the decision in a statement, explaining that " if the authorized sports institutions do not consider viable, in time and form, the holding of the match, CF Fuenlabrada will respect the decision ".
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The pill, on the other hand, goes much less well among the players, who broke away from their leaders to proclaim in a press release their indignation in " reserving the right to take legal action », Relays AFP. However, after his first communication, Fuenlabrada clarified that he had not given up on the idea of finding a solution to play this match. " We understand that LaLiga is not the only body competent to take this decision ", split the club in, closer to that of its players.
The fight is not over.
La Liga NOS will resume on September 20 .
© Provided by Sofoot No break for football in Portugal. While Lisbon will host the Final 8 of the Champions League from August 12, La Liga NOS has announced that it will resume on September 20. " The start of the professional competitions is therefore scheduled for the weekend of September 13, with the launch of the LigaPro (D2), while the emotions provided by the Liga NOS will return the following weekend, from of September 20 ”, we could learn via a press release.