UEFA president optimistic that coronavirus will not affect Euro 2020 schedule

UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin has unfolded at the danger the coronavirus outbreak poses at the upcoming Euro 2020. The quadrennial event is about to kick off on 12th June and can run for a complete month with 12 host towns throughout Europe.

The coronavirus outbreak has given UEFA a headache as a couple of wearing occasions world wide proceed to get affected. However, as consistent with Ceferin, the European soccer governing frame has made ok preparations and he’s positive that the event will pass forward as deliberate.

The UEFA president additionally showed that there might be no relief within the selection of host towns.

“It’s obviously a serious thing,” he mentioned in an interview with Sky Sports. “It’s one thing that we can need to deal on most sensible of all of the different problems that we need to take care of, we organise many occasions. But I’m positive. I nonetheless assume that issues might be underneath keep watch over method earlier than the Euros get started. So, I’m now not anxious about it.

“We aren’t thus far that we’d discuss concrete situations when the Euros begins. Again, I wish to rigidity, we’re calm, and we’re assured. For now, the whole thing is underneath keep watch over.

“I don’t need to even take into accounts it (scale back selection of host international locations) as a result of we’re, for now, certain that the whole thing will pass precisely as deliberate. We already reserved the resorts [in London for the semi-finals and final at Wembley], it will be an issue if it doesn’t occur.

“Being full of panic, shouting all days, threatening, doesn’t mean you take it seriously. You take it seriously if you assess the situation properly but, at the same time, calmly and without panicking.”