Coach Adi Hütter from the Bundesliga club Eintracht Frankfurt used the two-week quarantine for everyday things. “It was fun standing at the stove,” said the Austrian: “And I finally found the time to talk to my family and friends on the phone. I also had the opportunity to read a book and switch off. ”
The Hessians had quarantined because of two positive cases in the team. The club did not announce which players it was. During this time, Hütter, whose family lives in Salzburg, “also thought a lot, because I am also a person who always tries to reflect”.
After quarantine: Hütters Frankfurter return to team training