The Scottish Football Association (SFA) announced this Thursday through an official statement that will postpone its competitions until “at least” next June 10, time in which all their meetings will be suspended due to the pandemic caused by the coronavirus.Initially, the institution chaired by Rod Petrie stopped competitions last March 13 to April 30.However, now, for at least three months, no soccer match will be played and this week the SFA member clubs will vote on the end of the course in the lower categories. “The message is very clear. The government restrictions introduced to save lives must be complied with and there is no prospect of an early resumption of training, let alone organized football in Scotland for several weeks, “said Petrie.“The decision to suspend all football until at least June 10 is to help clubs ensure safety and well-being from players, staff and fans, as well as taking steps to mitigate their costs, “he added.“Scottish football applauds all those working in Scotland’s NHS (National Health System) and healthcare sector and should not be an additional burden at a time when its resources are being tested to the present day. limit because of the Covid-19 “, ended.
An Indian-origin woman has been jailed for six months in the UK for drunken behaviour on an aeroplane which caused a passenger to have a seizure.Kiran Jagdev, an executive assistant based in the city of Leicester, had attempted to blame the crew of Jet2 airline for supplying her with alcohol during her flight from Tenerife in Spain back to the UK in January this year. Judge Philip Head “rejected” her excuse and decided to impose what he described as a “deterrent sentence” during a hearing at Leicester Crown Court this week.Read it at Deccan Chronicle Related Items