Belgium clubs postpone the vote on a final decision to cancel the season


(Reuters) – Belgian soccer clubs have postponed voting on a final decision to cancel the remaining matches of this season until next week, leaving the door open to the possibility of completing the season, local media reported on Monday.

After a decision earlier this month, 24 clubs representing the first two professional grades in the country were to vote on a final document to confirm the decision to cancel the season prematurely due to the Corona virus pandemic.

The meeting will now take place next Monday, May 4, as Belgian sport awaits further clarification on easing restrictions on public isolation and the possible completion of the season.

Belgium, which was greatly affected by the spread of infection with the Corona virus, was the first European country to announce the cancellation of the local league season due to the health crisis.

Leading club Bruges have been declared champions of the Belgian League this season, while other relevant decisions have been transmitted to a working group of five people, including matters related to relegation, rise and qualification for the European Championships.

Ashraf Hamed prepared for the Arab publication


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