April 26, 2021 – 23:47
Global football has been gripped by the COVID-19 pandemic for 14 months and since March last year football matches have been played without fans, writes Zeri.info.
In this regard, the Spanish Government has expressed the desire to open stadiums for the last four rounds in Laliga.
The Minister of Health of Spain has this proposal on his desk, reports the Spanish media “El Larguero”.
ë NOTICIA @ellarguero
ë Inform @manucarreno
ë The government wants to open the LaLiga stadiums for the last 4 days
ë The proposal is on the table of the Ministry of Health, and a second option is being considered that would only affect the last two days pic.twitter.com/8ibGnppbsm
– El Larguero (@ellarguero) April 26, 2021
The race for the title in the Spanish league is one of the hottest in Europe, where Atletico, which is at the top with 73 points, is fighting against Real Madrid, Barcelona with 71 points each and Sevilla with 70 of them.
In case the stadiums are opened for fans, this would be an important decision for the flow of this season. /Zeri.info