Football in Australia will continue despite of the fear of the spread of the coronavirus.
However, will the rest of the season in the A-League, the best superliga for men, and next weekend's finale in the W-League, the best superliga for women, will be held without spectators.
It enlightens the australian football federation (FFA) on Monday local time, writes the newspaper The Guardian.
- It is a previously unknown and extremely complex situation for both the sports world and society in its entirety, says executive director James Johnson for The Guardian.
in addition, It is likely that the rest of the season in the A-League will be compressed to three or four weeks with shorter intervals between the fighting.
There are not yet taken a decision on the final of the best superliga for men.
- We have 30 games remaining and six kamprunder. It is our intention to compress the rest of this season.
- We have spoken with the clubs, and we're now talking with the venues about the possibility of carrying out the rounds of three or four weeks, says the FFA's ligachef Greg O'rourke.
- We will also carry out all of our fighting behind closed doors. We believe at this time that it is the right option rather than to suspend the fighting, he adds to The Guardian.
on Sunday adopted the australian government that international travelers must go in selvisolation in 14 days, when they arrive to the country.
In the australian league to play the new zealand club Wellington Phoenix. Because of isolationskravet deleted the club from the other matches.
The two remaining matches with Wellington Phoenix will be played, when the requirement will be lifted, informs the FFA.
According to a statement from the Johns Hopkins University, there are, respectively, 297 infected persons in Australia and eight patients in New Zealand.
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