The idea of organizing the Euro Finals spread across Europe, with all 12 cities in 12 countries stretching from West to Eastern Europe, did not actually come from the current UEFA president – Mr. Aleksander Ceferin.|Strictly speaking, it was the idea of his predecessor Michel Platini, who was very good at business. From the start, it was a controversial idea. British media confirmed that Mr. Ceferin was not “pleased” with this plan.|And this is the time for UEFA to change Platini’s tangled plans. In the context that the COVID-19 pandemic has not shown an end, organizing more locations will increase the risk.|Recently, the German Championship (Bundesliga) has revealed its plan to reorganize the tournament in the near future. Accordingly, matches will be played without spectators until the end of this year, including the first half of the new season. That caution of the Germans is clearly not superfluous.