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Health will not allow the match between the Las Palmas Sports Union and the Girona it is played with public in the stands. Despite the fact that the autonomous communities will manage their territories from Phase 3 of the de-escalation, both the Government and the Federation, which believes that this would break the level playing field for all the teams, will oppose it.

This has been revealed by the Ser who stresses that, according to Health, it is quite unlikely that any game with the public can be played this season. This information comes after Miguel Ángel Ramírez, president of the Unión Deportiva Las Palmas, opened the doors to this possibility. “There will be an audience if they leave us. I spoke to my regional president and the sole command will be from the Canary Islands Government since the health authority in Phase 3 will be the Autonomous Communities as the Prime Minister said last Sunday, “he said.

I have discussed it with LaLiga this morning, with Javier Tebas. Once the Delegated Commission ended, and Thebes told me that they have no powers to prohibit, but He told me that they would help me with the protocol to put fans into the stadium and thus convince the autonomous government. He has raised it where he had to raise it, in LaLiga. They will pass it on to CSD. I have spoken with the Government of the Canary Islands, which will be competent in sanitary measures. If they do not agree, we will not face anyone, but we propose a solution, “continued Miguel Ángel Ramírez.

LaLiga will help Las Palmas

However, the president of the Las Palmas Sports Union stressed that in no case would the entire capacity be covered: “We have a capacity of 33,000 spectators, 33% are 11,000 fans and we have 11,000 subscribers. The entry would be for the 11,000 subscribers ”.

Here we depend on tourism and there is nothing better than telling the world that COVID-19 does not affect our land and that is why they can watch football.. You have to help push this land forward. Show the world that you can come to the Canary Islands as a tourist destination in the future, “concluded Miguel Ángel Ramírez.