Barcelona’s upcoming assembly with Sevilla has been postponed as a result of a schedule conflict with the South American worldwide matches.
La Liga had initially been rejected by the Spanish FA (RFEF) of their makes an attempt to postpone the match and appealed to the National Sports Council (CSD), claiming that each side would miss too many gamers as a result of delays in coming back from South America.
CSD have now confirmed that they agree with La Liga’s fall and have postponed Saturday’s matches, as effectively as Villarreal in opposition to Alaves for a similar motive.
They have dominated in opposition to RFEF, who didn’t consider the absence of the South Americans was critical sufficient to postpone the match, and agree with La Liga’s stance that the integrity of the recreation could be jeopardized by forcing the 4 groups to play with out their internationals.
However, they’ve given RFEF time to battle their case and attraction the decision.
The absence of South Americans is definitely not that problematic for Barcelona now that Lionel Messi is gone. Ronald Araujo is away with Uruguay however that’s for Ronald Koeman’s males, whereas Sevilla would have a enormous drawback.
Gonzalo Montiel, Papu Gomez and Marcos Acuna are all away with Argentina and would in all probability miss the match, which might weaken Sevilla and in La Liga’s eyes give Barcelona an unfair benefit in opposition to them.
As these matches have now been postponed, each Barcelona and Villarreal can have an additional time off as they put together to begin their Champions League group stage promotions through the week.
There isn’t any phrase on once they can be scheduled, with La Liga and RFEF now taking a look at out there dates later within the season.