EPL Return: Football Viewing Centre Operators Dare Ogun Govt, Vow To Open Centres Amid Weekend Lockdown - THE ENCOUNTER NEWS

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EPL Return: Football Viewing Centre Operators Dare Ogun Govt, Vow To Open Centres Amid Weekend Lockdown

Football enthusiasts at Viewing centres

Michael-Azeez Ogunsiji
ABEOKUTA - Following the resumption of La Liga in Spain and other leagues across Europe amid partial lockdown and social distance order, football viewing centres operators in Ogun state have vowed to open their various viewing centres across the state.

It would recalled that, football league across Europe were stopped following the ravaging global pandemic, coronavirus which affected many players including Juventus star, Paulo Dybala.

Following the development, government across the world ordered closure of business activities and football related events.

Similarly, the Ogun state government banned gathering of more than 20 people and imposed a gradual ease of lockdown at the weekends.

But with return of football activities across Europe this weekend, Football Viewing Centre Operators in Ogun state have threatened to resume business activities as the English Premiership League, Spanish LA Liga and Italian Serie A resumes.

Speaking with our reporter, Kabiru Face4 at Sapon said majority of them run at loss with the suspension of football activities across Europe as their full subscription on their decoders was a waste.

He maintained that, the return of the major leagues in Europe would rekindle their hope and an opportunity recover few of their shortfalls with few matches remaining to conclude the leagues.

According to Mr. Sunday cementery road, Sodubi, Onikolobo in Abeokuta, the government should consider most of them whose only source of livelihood was through the weekend football actions.

He appealed to the state government to also allow them to operate under the operate under the protocols enunciated by the NCDC.

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