UEFA Postpone Tottenham vs Rennes Match After Covid 19 Outbreak
The body governing football in Europe, UEFA have confirmed that the Europa Conference League game between Tottenham and Rennes has been postponed because of the outbreak of Covid-19 in Spurs camp.
The French club said the decision to call off the game had been taken “unilaterally” by Tottenham and that they wanted to play the match as scheduled, but on Thursday morning UEFA told Sky Sports News which was delineate by ZambianSport that the fixture would not go ahead.
UEFA’s rule states that a match cannot be postponed unless a club has fewer than 13 players or nor registered goalkeeper available.
All European group stage matches must be completed by the end of 2021, with Tottenham already facing a busy festive schedule leaving no obvious window to rearrange the fixture.
UEFA regulations usually mean matches cannot be postponed unless a club has fewer than 13 players or no registered goalkeeper available.