A temporary August return date is set for the Arab Gulf League

The potential five-month interval has been confirmed for this Arabian Gulf League Following the announcement, authorities authorized a “temporary plan” to resume the competition in August.

All games in the UAE were suspended March 15 ‘Spread’ to prevent coronavirus. Match-Week 18 and 19 top flight Was kept behind closed doors, Before this intervention.

A joint statement from AGL organizers, the UAE Pro League and the UAE Football Association on Wednesday night confirmed that all the regions under increasing patronage could be reopened by the end of the summer. They also control under-12 competitions, first division leagues, second division leagues, national teams, women’s football, youth football, beach soccer, futsal and private academies.

“The UAE Pro League is reviewing with the UAE authorities the latest developments in the Covid-19 epidemic and the hard work that is being done to protect all members of society.”

“After analyzing the situation with the relevant authorities, the UAE Pro League, in coordination with the UAE Football Association, has decided that the competition is scheduled to resume in August.

“This provisional plan will be evaluated continuously in collaboration with the national authorities, the UAE Football Association and the Asian Football Confederation. The UAE Pro League will regularly review changes to its competition rules and decision-making systems, giving clubs adequate time to properly prepare in light of this announcement. “

Shabab Al Ahli Dubai Club took a six-point lead in the 2019/20 AGL, to complete seven match-weeks. Hatta and Fujairah sit in Religion Place.

There are question marks about what this revision will match. The UAE FA has announced that it will “later determine its competition rules and decision-making procedures”.

They said: “The UAE Football Association has followed recent health incidents related to the coronavirus epidemic and the efforts made by the authorities to protect members of the community.

“After assessing the situation with these organizations, the UAE Football Association has decided to coordinate with the UAE Pro League to resume football activities in the country in early August, following a series of assessments with specific authorities, FIFA and the AFC.” Considering the health situation at that time.

“In order to prepare football clubs in the best possible way, the football association will determine the rules and decision-making process for its competition later and in sufficient time.”

Lockdown bans were relaxed across the emirate on Friday, The first day of Ramadan. United Arab Emirates to date, Recorded 11,929 cases and 98 deaths.

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