Argentina canceled the football season on Monday, saying that there will be no downfall for two seasons due to the fallout from the Coruna virus.
“We have decided to cancel the competitions,” Argentine Football Association president Claudio Tapia said, adding that the decision will be formally approved tomorrow Tuesday.
Argentina recorded 3892 cases of corona, in addition to 192 deaths, according to local figures.
The office of Argentine President Alberto Fernandez announced in a statement on Saturday that the period of public compulsory quarantine will be extended until May 10.
Tapia said the upgrade attachment would continue, but was not clarified to what degree.
The decline in Argentina is determined on the basis of a complex system that considers the results of the teams within three years, and this system will be suspended in the current season and the next season.
The decision means that the 24-team Cuba Superliga Championship, which was scheduled to end in playoffs in May, has been canceled, and only one round of matches has been held before the general isolation measures begin.
The first class championship was completed in March.
The last three clubs in the standings will welcome the decision to suspend the relegation, including Jimnasia led by coach Diego Maradona.
Maradona took charge of Jimnasia in September 2019 when the club belonging to the city of La Plata was at the bottom of the ranking, and although the results improved, the team was headed for a fall.