While Ligue 1 will not start except for an earthquake and the other championships will find one by one the way to the pitch, the different presidents are feeling more and more uncomfortable faced with the situation which will cost football dearly French.
Without even talking about Jean-Michel Aulas, herald of the recovery at all costs, and who does not mince words since he summed up everything about “we are really too stupid”, his historical rival, Bernard Caïazzo, co -president of Saint-Etienne, explained the situation in an interview to Eurosport: “We were forced to stop and close our championship on government injunction. We had no choice. Believe me, this did not delight us because 25% of our economy is on the ground but we obeyed at the orders as a good citizen. At the time, we thought that all the championships would follow but seeing that everything started again, I admit that the French clubs got worse and worse. We wonder today why we asked us to stop our championship. “
A pavement in the pond of the government which however specified by the voice of Edouard Philippe, Thursday, May 28 that the stopping of the championships was decided by the League and the federation. A month before, however, it was this same Edouard Philippe, in the gallery of the National Assembly, who announced the end of Ligue 1.