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ABC has spoken with former players, former coaches, active coaches and renowned journalists to hear their thoughts on the new League that begins today. Everyone agrees that the pandemic affects soccer.

1. Will Real Madrid be able to win the League without signings?

2. Will Messi perform the same as before after the earthquake generated?

3. Will Simeone be able to get Atlético to fight for the title again?

4. Can the pandemic and the continuity of football without an audience affect the course of the championship?

5. Who do you think will win this League?



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