TEHRAN (Iran News) – Seven Iranian football clubs have announced that they will withdraw from the Iran Professional League if the competition resumes.
The Iran Football League Organization has announced that the competition will resume on June 24 with a match between Foolad and Esteghlal.
Now, the seven Iranian teams have sent a letter to Iran football federation acting president Heydar Baharvand and said they will pull out of the competition due to concerns about the coronavirus outbreak.
Tractor, Machine Sazi, Shahr Khodro, Paykan, Naft Masjed Soleyman, Nassaji, and Pars Jonoubi are the teams that have threatened to withdraw from the league.
Persepolis sits top of the table with 47 points, 10 points above Sepahan and Tractor.
- source : Tasnim, Irannews