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VfL Wolfsburg on course for the Champions League: The reasons for the upswing
The VfL Wolfsburg is one of the big surprises of the season. After a moderate start to the season, including the Europa League out against AEK Athens in the playoff round, the Wolves currently seem almost invincible. Oliver Glasner's team has secretly, quietly and quietly pushed itself to third place in the Bundesliga . We reveal five reasons for the Wolfsburg-based soaring . © Provided by 90min VfL Wolfsburg v Hertha BSC - Bundesliga | Pool / Getty Images 1.
From next Monday, under certain conditions, recreational athletes and children can play football together again in Bavaria. The Bavarian Football Association published a guide for contactless training on Saturday, which is based on the twelfth Bavarian Infection Protection Measures Ordinance from this Friday. The BFV wants to clarify a number of details with the ministries as soon as possible, according to a message.
However, it is already certain that every training session is linked to incidence figures, i.e. the number of new infections with corona per 100,000 inhabitants within seven days. If the incidence in rural districts or urban districts is between 50 and 100, then up to 20 children under the age of 14 can train together outdoors if they keep a minimum distance. If the incidence is less than 50, up to 10 people without age restriction may train at a distance.
After cheering photo: No fine for Augsburg - club pays anyway .
FC Augsburg had to fear a fine because of a cheering photo taken after the 1-0 victory over Mainz 05. The club can now avoid them - but pays anyway. © imago images Avoided a fine: FC Augsburg. After the success in the away game at Mainz 05 at the end of February, twelve FCA professionals gathered on the substitutes' bench without a mask and without a gap and had a photo taken. The picture was spread on social media - and then became the subject of DFB investigations.