Bremen – Bundesliga soccer club Werder Bremen initially failed with his application for a return to a restricted training facility next Monday. As interior senator Ulrich Maurer (SPD) announced on Friday, the state of Bremen had given the club’s plans a rejection. According to the SPD politician, Werder planned to train in small groups in two places after the weekend.
“We don’t think that’s a good idea,” said Maurer: “We agree: The message that the German Football League has sent is not a good one for the Republic.”
Frankfurt trains in small groups, Cologne follows
The DFL had last extended the game break due to the corona crisis until at least April 30. For the time being, the clubs should only do without the team training until April 5. Bremen now wants to wait for a vote among the federal states so that “the whole thing will not become a patchwork”. However, other clubs with exemptions are back on the pitch.
1. FC KOln, for example, will continue in small groups from Monday, Eintracht Frankfurt started on Friday. Other Bundesliga clubs such as Borussia Dortmund, FC Augsburg or VfL Wolfsburg have been active in small groups for several days.
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