La Liga captains to meet over 'concern' for US Game




Genuine Madrid chief Sergio Ramos and Barcelona lousy habit commander Sergio Busquets will be among the La Liga players meeting on Wednesday to talk about their "worry" over a choice to organize an amusement in the US.

La Liga concurred a 15-year manage US media organization Relevant on Friday.

The Spanish players' association, AFE, says La Liga did not counsel players.

"Footballers by and by feel underestimated in basic leadership," read an AFE proclamation.

"We trust their assessments are fundamental for the development of Spanish football.

"We request adjust and presence of mind. If the significance of football is the enthusiasm, it produces, for what reason are choices made against it?"

Commanders or agents from every one of the 20 groups in La Liga will go to the gathering at the AFE central command in Madrid.

Asked when the US-based match would occur and whether it would be a standard installation, La Liga revealed to BBC Sport a week ago it "can not affirm the groups, match, date or season."

The AFE said players "don't comprehend the one-sided choices," including "La Liga is removing the fanatics of the players, something that damages the show and the pith of football."

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