According to the Federation, “Article 42.3a of the Statutes allows the RFEF to make the decision to suspend the League, but as it is about professional football that is why Thebes has been invited to participate in this Thursday’s meeting with the aim of making it a consensus decision, also in the AFE “. In the Superior Council of Sports they believe that the best thing “is that there is consensus, but in any case it will be what the Ministry of Health says.”Several clubs and soccer players requested yesterday the suspension of the next two days instead of their celebration behind closed doors, as agreed at this time. Hours later, the AFE asked for the same measure and made a joint note for us to play the matches between Italian and Spanish teams in European competitions. David Aganzo, president of AFE, in statements to Cuatro has assured that “we have sent three letters (to the CSD, LaLiga and the RFEF) showing the concern of our soccer players. The protection is good. Let’s try not to play. “The League justified in a public note that it had decided to hold the next two closed day attending, precisely, to the instructions of the health authorities and the Higher Sports Council.The Federation had already suspended all non-professional competitions in the morning at the state level and invited the territorial federations to adopt the same measure in the tournaments of their competition. The First and Second Division League matches could be suspended after the meeting that will take place tomorrow at 12 noon between the Federation, LaLiga and AFE, once Javier Tebas has accepted Rubiales’ invitation to this important meeting, as reported. The Spanish Football Federation is in favor of the suspension, as reported by the SER, while the employer continues to refer to the recommendations of the health authorities as assured Javier Thebes in statements to Four: “There is no news. I am waiting for Health to see what it says. It is not pressure because I wait to see what Health says. My only pressure is what Health says.” For its part, the Federation has the power to suspend a “force majeure” competition in accordance with article 42.3.a of the FEF Statutes.The Government also bets on the suspension: “It is only a matter of time,” government sources have acknowledged to this newspaper. “We must wait for tomorrow’s meeting between the Federation, LaLiga and the AFE, and then the decision will be taken,” said the same sources.