If the Jeep Elite and the Pro B will take a break this weekend, this will not be the case in the women’s League A as well as in the men’s League A and B league. Following the announcement by the President of the Republic of the return to confinement from this Friday, the closed session will be mandatory for all meetings for the weeks to come. However, for professional clubs, revenues linked to match days are critical revenues for the clubs economy. However, through a press release, the National Volleyball League confirmed that all the matches planned in the three professional championships will take place as planned this weekend, despite the absence of the public and, therefore, d ” possible financial income for all professional clubs.
The LNV will rule at the beginning of next week
But this position is not necessarily doomed to be extended for the entire duration of the confinement put in place by the government, a decision being expected early next week after having contacted all the clubs concerned. “The LNV will organize during the day of Monday, November 2, after clarification of national measures impacting professional sport, a consultation with representatives of clubs, coaches, players and players to collect the opinions of each and assess the best solution, announces the instance in its press release. On the basis of these consultations, the steering committee of the LNV will meet on the evening of Monday, November 2 to decide on the course to be taken during the month of November. “A pause of the championships, like what professional men’s basketball recently decided, is therefore not to be ruled out.