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Munich, Dublin and Bilbao are the three largest shaky candidates regarding their planned host role in the upcoming football em.
Munich, Dublin and Bilbao are the three largest shaky candidates regarding their planned host role in the upcoming football EM (June 11th to 11 July).
All three cities can not guarantee the European Football Union (UEFA) according to the current state that they will allow spectators in the stadiums despite the Corona Pandemic. This requirement for the venues had previously prepared UEFA President Aleksander Cefer.
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of the Slovene relativized his claim on Wednesday ("First of all, we have to look at how the health situation looks like"), yet a whereabouts of the cities without a viewer guarantee in the circle of organizers seems unlikely. Finally, the ticket sales are one of the largest income in UEFA.
The association wants to decide according to CEFERIN in its executive session on 19 April on the EM format. For the first pan-European ends, which had been postponed from the past in the coming summer, twelve venues were originally planned.
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