The Dutch government have extended safety measures to battle the corona virus outbreak. There is no football activity allowed until the 1st of June.

The previous measures stated that there was to be no football activity until April 6th, with the KNVB then giving clubs a few weeks of training before action could resume.

However, the Dutch government announced on Monday that there are no group activities allowed until at least the 1st of June.

That is likely to spell the end of the season for the Eredivisie, with UEFA previously stating they wanted all campaigns to be over by June 30th.

This means that De Telegraaf’s article from Monday morning that outlined the Eredivisie’s emergency scenario for this is likely to be true. You can read about that by clicking here.

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