the Government’s new guidance does not change the possibility to get completed by the end of the League, believes clubs.

Monday’s announcement from the government about an extension of the forsamlingsforbuddet is in no way a nail in to the superligasæsonen.

It takes the AaB and Silkeborg. Here, there is still optimism in the relationship to get the best Danish superliga settled on grønsværen.

– the Ability to get on the field again is unchanged. We still believe that we can get settled the tournament, as we all the time have hoped, says the managing director of AaB Thomas Bælum.

He refers to the so-called scenario three, which the organization of division last week presented for how the League can be played to completion. It implies that the league started up in late may and ends in late July.

– So we can get settled the tournament in a fair and sporting manner, and we can show our football to the tv viewers and the fans, says Bælum.

the Silkeborg director Kent Madsen votes in, but he doubts more on when the ball can roll again.

– I am also in doubt whether it will be possible to get spectators. This could indicate that it is not possible to do, but we are still expecting that we’re going to play the matches, says Kent Madsen.

Both he and Thomas Bælum stresses the importance of the implementation of the remaining matches even though it should happen for the empty grandstands. Both of the sporting and economic reasons.

In both AaB and Silkeborg awaiting a statement from the organization of division about the way forward.

In a text message to the news agency Ritzau shall notify the director in the organization of division, Claus Thomsen, from the association’s side does not want to comment on, before you report anything.

Thomas Bælum has full understanding and respect for the authorities ‘ guidelines, but the prospect of a spring without the fans on the battens, I regret him very much.

– We must, among other things play a pokalsemifinale and thus perhaps also a finale that, where appropriate, will be without spectators, and it hurts to think about. It should just settle today (Tuesday, ed.), says AaB-director.

the League has been on hold since the start of march and has so far postponed indefinitely.