Australian A-League continues without both teams fans face quarantine


A-League top flight football competition of Australia has banned games fans for the rest of the season in an effort to contain the spread of coronavirus, Football Federation Australia (FFA) announced on Monday.

The media has speculated that the league would be suspended because of travel curbs government that require teams Wellington Phoenix and Melbourne Victory be quarantined for 14 days on his return to Australia after Sunday’s game in New Zealand.

But FFA Chief James Johnson said the games would be reorganized into a compressed schedule after their quarantine period and the New Zealand-based Wellington had agreed to stay in Australia to allow the season to continue.

FFA said the title-deciding match of the finals in the professional women’s W-League concurtion would be played behind closed doors.

vibrators trip to New Zealand and Australia have already forced the suspension of Super Rugby competition Rugby sprawling which involves teams from Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Argentina and Japan.