Sport ghost games: Bayern lose 3.5 million euros per game
Dynamo Kiev - FC Bayern: Where is the Champions League group game transferred?
The FC Bayern Munich is a guest at Tuesday evening in the Champions League at Dynamo Kiev. While the German record champion gained the previous four group games all and the ticket for the secondary final has already in his pocket, just one point jumped out for Kiev. In the first leg made the Bavaria the Ukrainian master with 5: 0 from .
Bayern Munich President Herbert Hainer has criticized the different audience restriction in football stages due to the far-reaching fourth corona wave. "The health of people comes first, no question. Now we have different number of viewers in different federal states, that's anything but ideal, "said Hainer (67) the" Image "(Saturday).
in Bavaria and Saxony, the football clubs have to play without fans again. In other federal states, albeit in smaller numbers, viewers are admitted. For the German record champion, the renewed ghost games "an emotional and an economic disadvantage" are: "Every home game without viewers means a loss of income for us at least 3.5 million euros. That meets us very hard. So far, according to our findings, when playing outdoors under the 2G-plus rule with distance and mask were very few infections that were due directly to the stadium visit, "said Hainer.
Why Bayern Munich’s relationship with Qatar could help spur change
Isolating nations does not produce human rights advances.Qatar’s record on human rights has been brought into focus with their imminent hosting of soccer’s biggest event. Leaving aside the technical side of the poorly drafted motion, and the legality of whether or it can actually bind the club, we are squarely faced with the question of whether a club that prides itself on having a social justice perspective should do business with a country with a profoundly flawed human rights record.
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In the interview, Hainer also went to the turbulent annual general meeting including premature termination. His impression had been "that a factual, constructive dialogue is hardly possible. The mood was heated by the abort again. However, a factual dialogue has already been no longer possible. In retrospect, it would certainly have been better to go on, "Hainer said.
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