first_imgI clarify @afefutbol: LaLiga President Javier Tebas stated this Sunday that “LaLiga’s economic control has nothing to do with the economic effects of COVID-19“, replying to the Association of Spanish Soccer Players (AFE) in its controversy over the application or non-application of Temporary Employment Regulation Files (ERTE).“The players of Barcelona, ​​Betis, Atleti, Zaragoza, Osasuna and others understand that the economic control of LaLiga has nothing to do with the economic effects of COVID-19. And an ERTE is the legal instrument provided if your activity is reduced by force higher“Thebes commented from his official Twitter profile. The players of Barcelona, ​​Betis, Atleti, Zaragoza, Osasuna and others, understand that the economic control of @The league it has nothing to do with the economic effects of COVID19. And an ERTE is the legal instrument provided if your activity is reduced by force majeure. pic.twitter.com/21dBFEJj2R– Javier Tebas Medrano (@Tebasjavier) April 5, 2020With that, Thebes has stepped out of the press release released this Sunday by AFE. In this statement, the First and Second Division footballers had regretted that LaLiga supported the ERTE in Spanish clubs when it has always boasted of its “well-sound economy” and they had also stressed that they will not allow “their” rights “to be no longer guaranteed labor “.last_img read more