The latest decisions taken by UEFA after the coronavirus crisis, such as the postponement of a year for the European Championship or the setting of new dates for the Champions League and Europa League finals, have received the support of the vast majority of the national federations. Nevertheless, the Turkish has put the discordant note. According to Nihat Özdemir, president of the Turkish Football Federation, there is less danger in the Ottoman country from the COVID-19 pandemic and has decided that matches will continue to be played without an audience. The federation prefers to maintain its first decision despite the reactions of clubs and players.That attitude of the federation has caught surprise several clubs that were expected to suspend the league. In a context in which several leagues in Europe have been suspended, the Turkish federation will have to defend itself against criticism.For his part, footballers are concerned about the coronavirusThey do not want to continue playing and vehemently demand that the championship be stopped.