The fact that the economic negotiations are broken between LaLiga and AFE, does not mean that they do not meet again in the next few hours to analyze the crisis that Spanish football is experiencing and to debate the measures to be adopted so that its effects harm the least possible to clubs and footballers. Because, Both institutions plan to reschedule a telematic meeting next week. There is still no specific day. There, as AS has learned, the agenda will revolve around the different calendars on the table (up to 10, according to LaLiga) and ranging from ending the season with different start and end dates, to assessing that there can be played. But what, above all, will be discussed will be the health protocols for returning to work and competition, where the union wants to provide proposals that the players are sending them once it already seems clear that there would be matches every 72 hours and not every 48 as the clubs wanted. What, in principle, they will no longer talk about and it is a taboo subject, it is the subject of the percentage that clubs and players should be responsible for in the event of losses due to inactivity, as there will be. Thebes already calculated that the players should bear about 50% of the losses in any scenario (1,000 million if it is not possible to play and 150 if they end up playing the remaining 11 games), while footballers stand at 20% if canceled, recovering 10% in the following season, without having to reduce their payrolls in case of playing, either behind closed doors or with the public.After the meeting that LaLiga and AFE have held this Wednesday with the CSD, the RFEF and the CEOE, their agendas are not going to stop these days despite being Easter. LaLiga will continue with its meetings with the different national and international organizations and is already preparing its Delegate Commission for Monday, where six First-tier clubs (Madrid, Seville, Betis, Valencia and Villarreal) and six Second-tier clubs (Levante, Depor, Cádiz, Las Palmas , Alcorcón, Almería and Lugo meet to update the situation regarding ERTE and individual negotiations with each staff to reduce wages.The Mixed Commission will not meet for another two weeks.For its part, AFE continues to meet with political parties to analyze the situation together. Today is the turn of the Popular Party. In addition, David Aganzo will participate in the Board of Directors of the RFEF that is also held this Wednesday.