The German Bundesliga set to resume on May 15th but sadly the spectators returning to the stadiums isn’t happening anytime soon.
Bundesliga has been agreed to resume on the 15th of this month after the Global pause caused by the viral spread of the contagious COVID19.
Including the lower league division, the German professional football league would be the first Professional league to resume all over Europe after their neighbors, The Netherlands and France closed theirs.
Bayern Munich looks to add this season trophy to their name with 4 points clear Borrusia Dortmund with just 9 games to end the season. Only Eintracht Frankfurt, Werder Bremen and Bayern Munich have 10 games left.
The Bundesliga was supposed to have ended the 2019/2020 season before now but the League has been under check after Cologne-based FC Köln reported 3 people from the club tested positive for the virus.
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It hasn’t been made official that crowds can gather in Germany but the League would resume with the condition that it would be behind closed doors.
A move Bayern Munich chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge believes would help Germany cope during this hard time. “The resumption of the Bundesliga season will make weekends easier for everyone in Germany during the coronavirus pandemic,” said Rummenigge.
“FC Bayern feels great gratitude, satisfaction and a feeling of happiness. We’ve worked long and hard for this. With the green light from the politicians, we have the requirements to restart the league. That is an important step for the Bundesliga,” he continued.
“The Bavarian prime minister Markus Söder said that a weekend with Bundesliga is much more bearable than a weekend without. That sentence tells everything.
“We know, football isn’t systemically important. But football has meaning for society. When we start playing in the middle of May, those weekends will be easier for everyone,” he added.
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