Director Jan de Jong of the Eredivisie CV does not fully understand why spectators are not welcome at duels in the highest league of professional football for the next three weeks. “We don’t want to put ourselves outside of society,” he said on the talk show Jinek. “But there is no evidence of the coronavirus spreading in stadiums. I understand that this decision was made because of travel movements.”
“There were a few thousand people in the stadiums in recent weeks,” continued De Jong, who represents the interests of all premier league clubs. “Everyone keeps their distance and knows where to sit. Up to 5,000 people are welcome in Efteling. People also come to the Rijksmuseum. Don’t let football be the cause of the problem.”
“They could also have looked at regions,” said De Jong. “In Almelo, for example, there are not many infections. Anyway, we have no audience for three weeks now. And there is no playing in the premier league for a weekend due to international matches. So every club misses a home game. Hopefully just as many fans will be welcome afterwards. as in the last matches and we can then scale up quickly. Eight to ten clubs really get into trouble if we play without fans for an entire season. “
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