US News Eintracht plans against Werder without fans - Hellmann becomes clear

18:45  26 october  2020
18:45  26 october  2020 Source:   de.motorsport.com

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 First shooting star, then dead end: Amin Younes is back When he returned after six and a half years, Amin Younes immediately showed that he really wanted to play the Bundesliga again. © Marcel Kusch / dpa Amin Younes (r) from Frankfurt was used for 20 minutes on his Bundesliga comeback. The five-time national player, whose career had faltered in the past three years, dribbled on his first appearance as a Napoli loan from Eintracht Frankfurt and had the Hessians at 1: 1 (1: 0) at 1. FC Köln almost brought victory.

Eintracht Frankfurt expects empty ranks in the upcoming home game against Werder Bremen - CEO Axel Hellmann does not like this development.

Gegen Werder ausgesperrt? Eintracht-Fans beim Heimspiel gegen Hoffenheim. © imago images Locked out against Werder? Eintracht fans at the home game against Hoffenheim.

Next Saturday's game will "in all likelihood have to take place without a spectator," said Eintracht on Monday. However, so far there has been "no formal decision or official information".

Last week, Eintracht had submitted an exception application for up to 8,000 spectators based on the hygiene concept that had been used in the first two home games against Bielefeld (6500 fans) and Hoffenheim (8000).

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But: "After all the signals we receive from politics, we have to expect that the game will have to take place in front of empty ranks," said Eintracht board member Axel Hellmann.

He calls for a "targeted and appropriate" discussion in the fight against the corona pandemic. "That is why we consider the practice of excluding spectators, not only in professional football, to be the wrong and no longer proportionate approach."

"These concepts were developed for exactly the phases we are now experiencing"

The "complex" hygiene concept has been "successfully tested", which politicians and administrators have "expressly confirmed". "And the health department in particular is convinced that attending an Eintracht Frankfurt home game does not pose a risk of infection beyond the normal everyday risk due to this hygiene concept - the opposite is actually the case."

Hellmann concludes: "These concepts were developed precisely for phases as we are now experiencing and not for a purely theoretical or statistically almost impossible risk of infection."

Harnik on professional time: “Breakouts with cold sweats” .
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