For Uli Hoeneb there will “very likely be a new soccer world” due to the corona crisis.
“You can’t prescribe it, but I can’t imagine 100 million euro transfers in the near future,” said the long-time president of Bayern Munich kicker (Thursday edition).
Hoeneb expects the transfer sums to fall, “the amounts will not be able to move at the previous level in the next two or three years.” Because all countries are affected.
Titles are won in training. Neymar is also familiar with this old saying and keeps fit on his own beach volleyball court during the forced break in the Brazilian homeland. SPORT1 shows what the stars are doing during the Corona break
Barcas shooting star Ansu Fati spends his free time on the console. While his opponent chose a shirt by Romelu Lukaku, Fati wears the jersey of BVB star Jadon Sancho
Keyword Shooting Star: BVB jewel Youssoufa Moukoko trains with his fitness coach
“Life in quarantine is not for me. I am in my garden and have nothing to do.” Real striker Karim Benzema is bored at first, but then still a job …
… namely a home workout: the Frenchman shows his followers what his home gym has to offer
Teammate James Rodriguez also trains hard at home …
… and shows his followers his skills on the ball
Real star Lucas Vazquez gets competition from his own offspring when working out in the garden
Fitness training is on the quarantine program at Dani Carvajal: girlfriend Daphne Canizares films the 28-year-old on the treadmill
Andre Schurrrle focuses on healthy drinks when it comes to fitness. Accurately sorted, he advertises for it on Instagram
Juve star Douglas Costa even trains with the ball. An Instagram video showed that his dog is at least as hot on the ball as some opponents
David Luiz with a puzzled look at the sky: “Sun in London”? Writes the 32-year-old. He is drawn outside by car
Family time: Cologne professional Anthony Modeste passes the time in a game “Man don’t get angry” with his son
Kevin-Pronce Boateng prefers another board game classic: “Monopoly”
Eintracht keeper Kevin Trapp prefers the online version at Monopoly
Claudia Pizarro gets creative and creates a handle pot out of toilet paper and aluminum foil
Neymar protects himself from infection with the virus with a mouthguard
BVB star Mats Hummels, however, is preparing for long Netflix evenings …
… while wife Cathy provides a full refrigerator
Bayern striker Robert Lewandowski keeps fit in the home gym and – uses daughter Klara as an additional weight
Team colleague Thomas Muller does fitness exercises in his garden in good weather. The dog can get in the way
96-professional Cedric Teuchert enjoys a healthy bowl with Mrs. Lisa Kristin during his home quarantine
Team colleague John Guidetti comes up with bizarre ideas: together with his girlfriend, the Swede paints his face
LeBron James spends his time in front of the screen. While the NBA is pausing, the superstar is enjoying a movie night with the family
And the infected? The positively tested 96 professional Hannes Horn lets his fans know that he is doing well
Callum Hudson-Odoi from Chelsea FC, who is also infected, thanks the video for his recovery wishes
The infected Arsenal coach Mikel Arteta thanks them for the congratulations and appeals to the reason of the people
Nuremberg’s Enrico Valentini appeals in his Instagram story to stay at home: “Think about your fellow human beings”
Superstar Cristiano Ronaldo also speaks to his fans with clear words
ManCity star and international Ilkay Gundogan expresses that there are more important things than football
Shkodran Mustafi hopes that everyone will follow the official instructions …
Hoeneb gives Bundesliga hope
The 68-year-old is reluctant to make statements about further developments in the Bundesliga. “Anyone who makes predictions about a possible start of the games are charlatans,” said Hoeneb. For the 2019/20 season he sees “no existential problem” if it still works with games without a spectator.
Because ghost games also guaranteed the television money. However, if the ball does not roll until Christmas, “the livelihood of the entire league is threatened”.
Hoeneb: Have to learn to be patient
A few days ago, in the 1000th episode of the CHECK24 double pass at SPORT1 made a fiery appeal to the solidarity of society and asked everyone to pay attention to the essentials – and in the current situation that is not football.
“I think it is important that we stop now and that everyone thinks about what’s going on in the world,” said Hoeneb. “At the moment we all have to learn to be patient.”
The former head of Bavaria praises the German politicians who are currently “doing a sensational job. Think of Italy, where a doctor has to decide whether he has to switch off the ventilator for an 80-year-old because it is reserved for a 55-year-old THAT are major problems – and we don’t have to worry about when the Bundesliga starts again. ”
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