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La Liga Suspended For 'At Least Two Weeks' Due To The Coronavirus Outbreak

La Liga Suspended For 'At Least Two Weeks' Due To The Coronavirus Outbreak

La Liga has been suspended for at least two weeks due to the coronavirus outbreak.

La Liga and Segunda in agreement with the AFE (Players Association) have decided to suspend all matches in Spain's top two leagues to prevent the spread of the illness in the country.

"Given the circumstances known this morning, referring to the quarantine established at Real Madrid and the possible positives in players from other clubs, La Liga considers that the circumstances are already in place to continue with the next phase of the protocol of action against COVID- 19. Consequently, in accordance with the measures established in Royal Decree 664/1997 of May 12, agrees to suspend at least the next two rounds," the statement reads.

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"Said decision will be reevaluated after the completion of the quarantines decreed in the affected clubs and other possible situations that may arise.

"La Liga, as organizer of the competition, has proceeded to communicate it to the RFEF, the CSD and the Clubs."

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Real Madrid, who are second in the league, have been put in quarantine after a member of the club's basketball team tested positive for the virus.

The basketball team train at the same place as the football team and the positive test means that players may well have been in contact with the virus.

As per the protocols, players will be in self isolation for the next two weeks which means their Champions League round of 16 second-leg against Manchester City is in doubt.

Topics: Football News, Football, coronavirus, Spain, La Liga

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