Everything indicates that the ball will not roll again in the First Iberdrola. The Federation plans to announce these days an express resolution in the maximum women’s competition, with Barça champion and without decreases. The Catalan club would also keep the pass to play the Champions, like Atlético, who is second to nine points behind the Catalans.If the Spanish League were finally suspended, as all forecasts indicate, Spain would follow in the footsteps of The Netherlands and France, whose female competitions have been terminated due to the coronavirus health crisis. In this line, it should be noted that in the Dutch case the League title has been abandoned. The PSV, leader of the women’s Eredivisie, will not be able to lift the trophy, although they do have their participation in the Champions League together with Ajax, second classified. For its part, the French Federation has not yet issued an official statement about it. However, everything seems to indicate that Lyon will add its fourteenth consecutive League title, getting together with PSG the European pass for next season.In Germany, the situation also seems close to being resolved. Most teams (11 of 12) want to end the season. After their vote, they must wait for the Federation’s decision on May 25. The Wolfsburg today is the leader of the German competition, followed by Bayern. From the German League to the english, where everything points to it being played again this summer. For now, the English leader is Manchester City, who is first in the standings with a one point advantage over Chelsea (2nd) and four points over Arsenal (3rd).
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