Gerard Lopez, president of LOSC, gave his opinion on the rest of the Ligue 1 season in Team Duga on Monday on RMC. For him, it is imperative that the championship ends.
It is the debate which agitates the League 1 since last Friday. Estimating in Le Monde that we had to consider “a white season”, the president ofOL Jean-Michel Aulas reacted a lot. The president of OM, Jacques-Henri Eyraud, strongly replied. And Noel Le Graet, president of the FFF, had to intervene in the media to call them to reason. The fact remains that the question is likely to arise if the coronavirus pandemic continues and if athletes cannot resume their way to the pitch.
For Gerard Lopez, the president of LOSC, it is inconceivable not to finish this season. The consequences would be serious. “I saw all the controversies and the declarations, that gives us what to discuss (smile), he explained this Tuesday in Team Duga, on RMC. I will try to take the height. We can not wanting nobody to preach for their parish. There are times when you have to speak and others you don’t. The worst thing that can happen is that the championship doesn’t end on the field. There will be winners and injured parties on the decisions that will be made. It will be a disaster for those who play the uphill and the downhill. It is impossible that it will go well. What is needed is to finish the If you don’t want decisions to be non-sporting, that’s the only way out. “
“Not catastrophic not to play this Euro”
And for the Ligue 1 version 2019-2020 to know its epilogue, it will be necessary to find dates, by shifting the Euro. UEFA is said to be on the verge of approving its postponement, with a major meeting scheduled for Tuesday. “I think it’s the slightest evil, says Gerard Lopez. Somewhere, it is good because it is not a single country that will be injured. It is not catastrophic not to play this Euro.”