LaLiga and CSD do not understand AFE’s complaints about the protocol

first_imgNeither the Superior Sports Council (CSD) nor LaLiga understand the complaints of the Association of Spanish Soccer Players (AFE) to the protocol approved by the Task Force to Promote Sport (GTID) to return to play because “it is a protocol endorsed by Health.” Both organizations also remember that AFE itself is part of the GTID and that he had the opportunity to present his proposals during the meetings to discuss the protocol.In addition, in LaLiga they assure that in AFE they had the keys of the protocol and the draft of the document “for almost a month” and that the union representatives where the protocol was studied “made no objection”. In LaLiga they believe that the machinery to return to activity is running and that the professional players of First and Second they will start in the next few days with the gradual return to training. Regarding the concentrations, another point about the AFE complains, in LaLiga they understand that “they are to protect the health of the players and their families” and remember that “they are approved by protocol and therefore have the approval of Health” In very similar terms to those of LaLiga, the CSD has manifested itself. Council sources have indicated that “the constructive will has reigned at all times within the Task Force for the Promotion of Sport (GTID). They know that the entire text, also prepared with their own recommendations, has the approval of Health“Thus, the CSD and LaLiga versions coincide in two fundamental aspects: that the protocol for the return to activity has the approval of the ministry of Salvador Illa and that the AFE itself had the opportunity to present its complaints in the Working Group in which the document was discussed.last_img read more

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