In this case, if the two clubs are in the first six positions and, therefore, already classified for Europe, it would be seventh. If one of the two was ranked in the top six, the other finalist would go and if neither of the two finalists were in the top six, it would be the one with the best position in the league competition of the two. Then he also pointed out that the decision on the classification for Europe will be made at the request of UEFA, “according to the classification of the last day of the First Division in equal numbers of games played by the 20 teams” and with certain criteria .The first four classifieds of the First Division would go to the Champions League at that time and the fifth and sixth to the Europa League. classified with the conditioning factor of the Cup final that should have been played on the 18th. At the last meeting of its Executive Committee UEFA gave federations a deadline of May 27 to submit their guidelines on eligibility for Europe, while “strongly” recommending ending the leagues. In case of impossibility due to the pandemic, it will require the federations in question to select the teams based on the sports merits in the 2019/20 campaign. UEFA has announced this Thursday to the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) that the seventh-ranked LaLiga team will have a place in the next edition of the Europa League, if the final of the Copa del Rey cannot be played. In this way, UEFA discards the option proposed by the RFEF so that in case the cup final is not played and if one of the two finalists already had a place for European competition, the other finalist would participate in the Europa League 2020-21. The Cup final, which must face Athletic Club and Real Sociedad in Seville, is in the air and right now, and at the expense of the League being able to resume Real Sociedad is fourth and would be classified for the Champions League along with Barcelona, Real Madrid and Seville. ANDl Athletic is tenth. The seventh of the classification is the Valencia, who would be the beneficiary with a European place today in case the decisive match of the KO tournament could not be played and finally the league classification was the current one.The communication from UEFA to the RFEF indicates that “for entry into the Europa League 2020-21, in the event that a National Association ends prematurely, for legitimate reasons, a national cup and, consequently, cannot determine the winner for sporting merits, in application of the competition regulations, the highest ranked unclassified national championship club is the one that is classified, “confirmed the European body to EFE. He also notified that access to the Europa League 2020-21 in the event that the Cup final is completed “in its original format or with another and the classification of the relevant club or clubs is obtained with sporting merits, remains unchanged”, as confirmed by EFE the European body. The RFEF decided on April 16 the classification criteria for European competitions next season and he considered three different options depending on whether the Cup final cannot be played.
This photograph taken by Margaret Dolan of the Boyle Camera Club of the lifeguard tower in Rossnowlagh has emerged the overall winner of the first ever “Snap, Craic and Comp” photography weekend held in Bundoran.The event was held in brilliant weather conditions across the weekend and culminated in a banquet and awards presentation at the Great Northern Hotel. Photographers from the local area and from visiting camera clubs took part in the competition which saw them compete in seven categories with a choice to enter as many or as few categories as they pleased.Speaking about the success of the weekend, event director and Bundoran Tourism Officer Shane Smyth said: “We were blessed with amazing weather on Friday and Saturday creating ideal conditions for our photographers who turned in some amazing photographs for us to judge. “I’d like to thank everyone who took part for making the effort and also to thank our sponsors Cara Pharmacy and hosts the Great Northern Hotel. A special thanks also to press photographer Conor McCabe of Conor McCabe Photography who gave up his time to help judge the entries along with Emer O’Shea from the Northwest Photographic Club.”A Social media element was also added to the weekend which allowed Discover Bundoran followers on Instagram to separately take part in the competition too. Users had to tag a new or existing photograph of Bundoran with the hashtag #discoverbundoran to enter. A large number of entries were received with the prize sponsored by Madden’s Bridge Bar. MARGARET’S DONEGAL PIC WINS FIRST BUNDORAN ‘SNAP’ COMPETITION was last modified: October 15th, 2013 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:BOYLEMARGARET DOLANMARGARET’S DONEGAL SNAP WINS FIRST BUNDORAN ‘SNAP’ COMPETITION