Zaragoza asks the FEF that medical reports are prepared by independent doctors

first_imgThe RFEF has confirmed the suspension of Zaragoza – Sporting corresponding to the 22nd day of LaLiga SmartBank due to the flu outbreak suffered by the Asturian staff. He has done it several hours after the request and has not yet announced a new date. The clubs accept the decision, although the maña directive does not understand how the postponement has been developed and questions the process and the fact that the medical parties have been presented by club doctors and not external. This is the full statement: “Real Zaragoza has the obligation to abide by the decision of the Competition Committee of the Royal Spanish Football Federation to postpone the match that was to be played this Friday, January 3, starting at 9:00 p.m. in La Romareda against Sporting de Gijón, due to the health problems of various players in the Asturian team. However, the Club communicates that, having previously requested allegations by the Competition Committee itself and understanding the situation of Real Sporting players, Real Zaragoza expressed its willingness for the match to be played on the date and time initially marked, on January 3, at 9:00 p.m., to safeguard their sports interests and with the aim of avoiding further disruption to their own subscribers and fans.At the same time, Real Zaragoza has transmitted to the Spanish Federation its request that, given the unquestionable importance of this type of incident, which has already been subject during this season, and in general, the medical reports of players that could be affected by physical problems of this nature are carried out by medical doctors independent of their own clubs, and have the essential support of the Spanish Federation itself when making a decision on the postponement of matches. What would guarantee the legal safeguard and integrity of the Competition itself“.last_img

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