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Heavy Heart must give up Borussia Dortmund at this year's DFB cupfinals on his fans, who would probably open themselves to ten thousands of Berlin on May 13 without pandemie-based restrictions. BVB-Boss Hans-Joachim Watzke hopes for an early end of the auditorless time in the stadiums.
The DFB tried everything to make the so-called Cup handover on Thursday to an event. Emotional one-player, prominent guests from politics, high-profile participants of the final opponents Borussia Dortmund and RB Leipizg But the approximately 45-minute, over DFB-TV was almost as expected a rather triste event, but she lacked the closeness that was missing such an event Normally accounts for.
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A handover about the return of the pokal from the previous year's winner into the hands of the host was not allowed to take place pandemieby. Giovanne Elber, as a representative of FC Bayern arrived, instead set the trophy to a podium instead.
"I'm there in politics, we have so far well done so well, despite all the stress. We have to go through that until the end now," said BVB-Boss Hans-Joachim Watzke understanding for the procedure, yet he is used to work .
"This year we will change the bondsplatz, on the other hand, sometimes." - Hans-Joachim Watzke
He knows from my own experience: When the BVB is in the final of the DFB Cup, then the capital turns black-yellow. In particular, the bondsplatz is then becoming a pulsating meeting point of the Dortmund fans. "This year, we will be able to avoid the bondsplatz, on the other hand," announced the 61-year-old on Wednesday. He wants to spare the sight of the empty pilgrimage of the BVB trailers.
In the Olympic Stadium, however, Watzke is not about to perceive the empty grandstands. The BVB boss had recruited to allow at least vaccinated nurses as an audience, but politics did not play. That the final takes place without viewers, be a "drama".
But one that one had to endure. "Rational," Watzke said, "is it right at the end of the day." With the beginning of the coming season, however, when Germany is significantly further in the vaccination rate and the incidence figures are likely to be lower, he hopes for more normality: "From August we should give again."
like Sancho Watzke three years of his life cost .
at the DFB Cocaltriumph of BVB against RB Leipzig, Jadon Sancho plays outstanding. However, he leaves a huge chance. BVB-Boss Watzke suffers with the grandstand. © Provided by sport1.de like Sancho Watzke three years of his life cost Hans-Joachim Watzke remained almost the heart at this scene. In the 84th minute of the DFB Cup Financial between RB Leipzig and BVB, Jadon Sancho had the opportunity to put the Leipzigen finally the death sentence in the booth of 3: 1.