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J League, V League suffers hiccup due to COVID-19

Both J.League and V.League has been forced to postpone matches and leagues due to fear of new wave of COVID-19 outbreak.

J.League, Japan’s top-flight matches between Nagoya Grampus and Sanfrecce Hiroshima has been postponed after two players from Grampus were tested positive COVID-19.

Vietnam’s to league decided to go even stricter, as they decided to suspend the entire season of V.League 1 on July 29 and V.League 2 on July 30.

This comes after the government’s reported on two new cases in Da Nang.

They have yet to decide on return date, but the league will resume in it is finally under control.

It is a worrying time for footballers and fans, as they could no longer enjoy football as much as they want anymore, like they used to be in the past.