South Korean leagues skip Match for Covid-19

in Sports Talk Sociallast month

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South Korea may be at the forefront of bringing some equality back to the sport, but the number of growing coronavirus in the case of coronavirus will end sooner than in stadiums near baseball and football seats.

COVID-19 South China became the first country in China but soon strong measures took control of it. As the single case approached in early May both the Korean Baseball Organization League and the K-League of Football were given the green light.

Baseball officials were expected to return to power by 70% next week but KBO Secretary General Ryu Dae hwan denied the allegations. The K-League has reduced the number of football games for its top 12 teams from 38 to 27. There are also options to cut 22 games, and KBO officials are also considering reducing 144 games per 10 team game.