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Tech & Science DFL: "Future Professional Football Taskforce" starts work

15:55  12 october  2020
15:55  12 october  2020 Source:   ran.de

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"Only through the spectators does professional football in Germany become unmistakably unique. They create the experience and the passion which are "The fundamental purpose of the taskforce is to reflect on past developments, conduct interdisciplinary discussions and draw up potential plans for

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Frankfurt / Main (SID) - With the help of representatives from sport, politics, research, business and the media, German professional football will be discussing the lessons of the corona crisis from Tuesday (11 a.m.) . The expectations for the first meeting of the "Future Professional Football Taskforce" are high. A total of 35 people were appointed to the working group by the Presidium of the German Football League (DFL) after weeks of deliberations.

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DFL managing director Christian Seifert describes the project as a "never-before-seen approach" in German professional sport. According to the DFL, the task force should deal with the issues of competitive balance, payment flows, social anchoring, ethical guidelines, fan interests, economic stability and the promotion of women's football "openly". Possible perspectives should be shown by the end of the year.

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The organization of the work is divided in two macro sections: Improvement of the fundamentals of individual tactical abilities 1. Marking/positioning 2. Defending the goal 3. Tackling 4. Anticipation/Intercepting Development of Coordination Abilities using 1v1 Sistuations 1. Balance 2

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The criticism of politics and fan organizations of the excesses in the billion dollar business of professional football had increased due to the corona crisis. Numerous clubs ran into economic difficulties as a result of the pandemic. Former DFL managing director Andreas Rettig, who is not part of the task force, is hoping for some far-reaching reforms through the meetings.

The task force includes DFB director Oliver Bierhoff, sports director Fredi Bobic from Eintracht Frankfurt, SPD general secretary Lars Klingbeil, Green politician Cem Özdemir, former SPD chancellor candidate Martin Schulz, anti-corruption fighter Sylvia Schenk and the former Sky -Chef Carsten Schmidt.

The participants will come together in three working groups for several meetings in the coming months - the moderation will be psychology professor Heidi Möller from the University of Kassel.

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