Alavés and Baskonia will reimburse the proportional part of the unused subscription

Alavés and Baskonia will reimburse the proportional part of the unused subscription

first_imgBoth leaders reaffirmed that “it is time to respect and respond to the dictates of the health authorities” and explained that for the last few weeks they have been working “to be able to face the various sports venues that may come with the maximum guarantees.” At the same time they asked for “patience and understanding during these times of uncertainty.” Regarding basketball, the entity from Vitoria recalled that “once the possible scenarios for the return to competition were approved, both in ACB and in the Euroleague, in any event, the remaining matches of the season were held behind closed doors and in a single headquarters “, they will not be able to count on the presence of their fans in the stands of the Buesa Arena. “We are saddened and saddened, but it is a necessary measure at the moment,” said Josean Querejeta.Also, from the Alava side, they assured that “everything seems to indicate that, unfortunately, if the competition is completed, it cannot be” with the presence of its people in the stands of Mendizorroza. In both cases, they added that those fans who had bought their tickets for any of the remaining matches at the Buesa Arena and at the Babazorro stadium “will also have different options for returning the amount of tickets purchased.” “The moment we have outlined all the return options for both subscribers and ticket buyers, we will bring it to your attention,” they stressed. Deportivo Alavés and Baskonia announced this Monday that they will reimburse their followers the proportional part of the subscription corresponding to the matches not played in the Fernando Buesa Arena and in Mendizorroza during the end of the 2019/20 campaign. The president of the Barça entity, Josean Querejeta, and the president of the blue and white, Alfonso Fernández de Trocóniz, sent letters to their subscribers to send them this information and to send them a message of support in these difficult times that society is going through due to the crisis of the coronavirus. Both clubs conveyed their “love and affection to all those who are suffering the crudest side of this exceptional situation,” as well as “condolences to all those who have lost a loved one during these weeks.”last_img

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