The decisions have been made!
In all probability, the decisions for the end of this season has been made. In UEFA’s emergency meeting convened last night over a video call, the apex football body of Europe decided to extend the end date for the 2019-20 season to give time to all UEFA member nations to finish their league while also completing the CL and the EL!
All leagues across Europe have been suspended for the moment due to the pandemic of the CoVID-19 which has made Europe its epicenter.
Multiple leagues like the Bundesliga, Serie A, Ligue 1, La Liga and the Premier League have already shut down temporarily with a decision on them likely to be taken in April 3.
UEFA last night announced that the Euro has been postponed to 2021 instead of 2020. This is likely to allow domestic leagues and clubs time to finish their season by June late.
It is now being reported that UEFA are ready to end the season late with League matches played both on weekends and mid-weeks.
The decision will sit well with most teams who want to earn the revenues by playing out the remainder of the matches but all of it will depend on how the situation develops in Europe.
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