Updated: 05/23/2020 15:13
The president of the League, Javier Tebas has expressed his satisfaction at the confirmation that the First and Second Division championships will resume on June 8, and has ensured that this result is "the result of great work of clubs, players, technicians, the Higher Sports Council (CSD) and the agents involved. "(These will be the games on the day of the return of the League)" We are very happy about the decision it is the result of the great work of clubs, players, technicians, the CSD and the agents involved. But it is very important to follow health regulations and that the evolution of the pandemic respects us, we cannot let our guard down, " He pointed out in his official Twitter account, a message that accompanied the hashtag # VolverEsGanar. We are very happy with the decision, it is the result of the great work of clubs, players, technicians … CSD and agents involved. But it is very important to follow health regulations and that the evolution of the pandemic respects us, we cannot let our guard down. # VolverEsGanar. https://t.co/uBYZgFD9wv— Javier Tebas Medrano (@Tebasjavier) May 23, 2020In the same vein, the presiding body stated. "We celebrate and rejoice at the final decision taken, the result of important coordination with the CSD, the Ministry of Health and other agents," says the League. "We celebrate it with caution because we must continue to comply with protocols and preventive measures to ensure that there is no problem in this round that excites us. This is possible due to the strict compliance with all the protocols and indications that clubs and players have brought, "says the employers. Liga recognizes that do not yet have a "confirmed date" . "We will do it in the next few days and we will sit down to coordinate the details and there we will announce the exact date," he concludes. This same Saturday, the Prime Minister, Pedro Sánchez announced that LaLiga had a "green light" to resume the competition "from the week of June 8", as part of the "normality" that the country is recovering in the coronavirus crisis.