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US News "Aloof world": The fans could soon run away from professional football

15:55  01 december  2020
15:55  01 december  2020 Source:   de.euronews.com

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Football could lose massive supporters in the future. This is what fan researcher Harald Lange from the University of Würzburg assumes. The reason is the corona pandemic and the behavior of those responsible, Lange said in a radio interview.

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The "negative image of the big players in football is spreading", said the 52-year-old sports scientist and concluded: "The fans across all grandstand areas notice that there is a big difference between their reality and professional football. They will Reduce your passion and turn away - a million times over. "

The third division clubs have apparently already felt this development in the past few weeks. According to the MDR, Dynamo Dresden managed to sell only 820 of the 999 tickets approved for the game against SV Meppen in October.

Lange referred to "the fear of contagion combined with the skepticism about hygiene measures", which, in addition to the increasing alienation, possibly kept the spectators from visiting the stadium.

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