champion, qualified in C1 and C3, relegated … if everything stopped

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champion, qualified in C1 and C3, relegated ... if everything stopped





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With 68 points, Paris Saint-Germain would retain its title of champion of France and would be crowned for the ninth time in its history.


What if the Ligue 1 season, suspended until further notice due to the coronavirus epidemic, does not resume? Ligue 1 will not resume until June 15, “at best”. This is in any case the opinion of Bernard Caïazzo, president of the supervisory board of ASSE, who believes that the season must […]

What if the Ligue 1 season, suspended until further notice due to the coronavirus epidemic, does not resume? The League 1 will not resume until June 15, “the best”. In any case, this is the opinion of Bernard Caïazzo, president of the ASSE supervisory board, who believes that the season should still come to an end. A position shared by the Professional Football League. Meeting on Monday, the LFP Bureau reminded clubs and their leaders that “the priority objective” was to finish the 2019-2020 fiscal year “no later than June 30, 2020 or possibly July 15”. Realistic? Not so sure…

As Tony Estanguet, member of the International Olympic Committee and president of the Paris 2024 Olympic Games organizing committee, explained on Tuesday morning on France Info, “even the World Health Organization does not know exactly when this epidemic will be completely behind us”. While France has been paralyzed for ten days, the government has tightened the rules of containment which it should probably extend beyond the two weeks initially planned. If it is obviously desirable, for all football lovers, that the championship can know its outcome, the risk that this will not be the case, that the season will be definitively stopped and that the positions will therefore be frozen is real. Who would then be the champion, the clubs qualified for the Champions League and for the Europa League, as well as the teams relegated to Ligue 2? The writing of Sports.fr takes stock, in pictures.

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