The Spanish football club CF Fuenlabrada has plenty to contend with in these days.
Not enough with to 28 of the club's staff the other day was the test positive for the corona, so the club is also been deprived of to be able to play an important playoff match for promotion to the La Liga.
It had otherwise been a great accomplishment for the relatively 'small' Spanish football club.
But the other day was this option therefore deprived of the organization behind the top two fodboldrækker in Spain. Here it was decided that the club should not be allowed to play their last league game in the Segunda Division as a direct consequence of the positive coronatests.
And it is far from satisfied with Fuenlabrada. Therefore, langer, the club's sports director, Miguel Melgar, out after the organization, which took the drastic decision.
- the Case smells of shit. The smell actually terrible, has Miguel Melgar stated to Radio Marca, according to Mundo Deportivo.
- We have to defend ourselves, because we haven't done anything wrong. We have a good conscience, and none of us are going and thinking that we go around with someone who is infected with covid19, or we can become infected. We follow strictly the rules, elaborates sportsdirektøren, according to Mundo Deportivo.
the Article continues under the picture ...
the Nightmare for Fuenlabrada started in lørdsgs, when the club announced that 16 of their players were infected with the corona. The number increased later to 28 employees in the club. Photo: Cabalar/Ritzau Scanpix
It appears that it will be in this game for Fuenlabrada.
On its website La Liga officially announced, to Elche, Zaragoza will meet in one playoff game, while Girona and Almeria will meet in the other. The two winners crossing the successive blades in a finale to ensure LaLiga square.
Fuenlabrada, however, refuses to give up, even though it has long since decided that the team should not be allowed to play their last league match.
- Fuenlabrada does not deliver the opportunity to play against Deportivo La Coruna. We have the will to play, if it is possible, when our players are in form, wrote the team the other day in a press release, and elaborated:
- We understand that La Liga is not alone to make such a decision. The decision is also in the hands of the competition committee of the RFEF (the Spanish football federation, red),and CSD (the Spanish court of arbitration for sport, red).
the Slump of Fuenlabrada started the previous Saturday, when the club announced that 16 players had tested positive for the corona.
Later smoke the numbers, however, up to 28, and now the ends of this with all likelihood to buckle the leg for the club's dreams of La Liga.
See also: Shelves Danish Mathias after the eminent detail
See also: Super Bowl-profile report from to NFL season
See also: Bossens bitter European message to the AGF-fans