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Entertainment Schultz is looking forward to 1000 fans at the Nuremberg game

15:30  18 october  2020
15:30  18 october  2020 Source:   motorsport-total.com

Arsenal fans can watch Man City fans on screens at Emirates

  Arsenal fans can watch Man City fans on screens at Emirates Supporters have been unable to attend Premier League matches since March due to the coronavirus crisis but Arsenal will screen the game in two separate hospitality areas. Mikel Arteta's side will be 200 miles away at the Etihad but 368 Gunners can still gather – in groups of no more than six – to watch it at their home ground.

ALMOST INSIDE THE FRANKENSTADION, NUREMBERG - I'm sat here on some concrete steps, staring at the Frankenstadion not 30 metres away, listening to the This lunchtime in Nuremberg , just three hours before kick-off, you could be forgiven for thinking it was just another day, albeit with a

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coach Timo Schultz from the second division football club FC St. Pauli believes that the home game against 1. FC Nürnberg on Monday will have a good atmosphere in the stadium at Millerntor, despite the reduced number of visitors. “It doesn't make a big difference whether there are 1000 spectators or, as recently, 2500 spectators in the stadium. I'm glad that anyone is in the stadium at all. If you look at the development, we can be happy that there are 1000, ”said the 43-year-old on Sunday in Hamburg.

Timo Schultz steht vor einem Spiel im Stadion. © Daniel Reinhardt / dpa / archive image Timo Schultz stands before a game in the stadium.

Schultz was positive about the opponent: “They always play compactly, defend offensively and switch quickly. You have many agile players. " Both teams have four points in their accounts after three match days.


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