MOROCCO’S PREMIER LEAGUE NOW BEHIND CLOSED DOORS OVER CORONAVIRUS CONCERNS

The Royal Moroccan Football Federation have announced that what is remaining from the league’s first division’s games, Botola, will be held behind closed doors over coronavirus fears.

The world is currently facing the outbreak of the coronavirus which had originated from China. The virus has diffused in several countries causing some to suspend their footballing activities and live gatherings in general.

The RMFF revealed that, out of their care for football players, managers and fans’ safety and in accordance with the related authorities, they decided to hold all football activities behind closed doors starting Wednesday, March 4.

Morocco’s Botolo is not the only competition to be ordered to resume in such manner, Italy’s Serie A also followed the same footsteps following a governmental decision.

I n addition, Japanese minister hinted that the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo face the danger of postponement due to the outbreak of coronavirus.