From 3.30 p.m. the (disinfected) ball rolls again in the Bundesliga. The first restart of a top league in times of Corona, that’s why the whole world looks at Germany. You can find all information right here.
Kroos is looking forward to the Bundesliga
National player Toni Kroos from Real Madrid is still condemned to watch – but he told the German Press Agency how much interest the Spanish Primera Division is looking at Germany: “Here’s the impression: If the Germans don’t get it, then they’ll get it no one to continue there. “
Uefa boss: “We trust the Germans”
Aleksander Ceferin is a fan of the Bundesliga restart. The Uefa president sees a “good sign” far beyond football. At beIn Sports, he said: “It’s not just about football. People are depressed because of the lockdown and the uncertainty. Football brings a certain habit to life, football brings positive energy. It’s easier to be at home when you play sport can look. ” Ceferin: “We trust the Germans.”
Trapp hasn’t seen girlfriend in two months
Eintracht Frankfurt goalkeeper Kevin Trapp spoke at “Sportbuzzer” about the effects of the Corona crisis on his relationship. “First of all, my private life was extremely limited because my fiancee was in Paris when the borders were closed. Being Brazilian, it was all the more difficult for her to travel within Europe.”
Trapp is engaged to the Brazilian model Izabel Goulart and has been in Frankfurt since the beginning of the Corona crisis, where the Eintracht professionals had to quarantine for two weeks due to positive tests. “We have not been able to see ourselves like this from the beginning of the current restrictions, which is a very long time.”
Laschet is happy – you too?
North Rhine-Westphalia’s Prime Minister Armin Laschet will follow the restart of the Bundesliga from home and said to the German press agency: “I am looking forward to kicking off the Bundesliga together with the fans. Good that it is finally starting again.” How are you doing
Laschet: “Football plays an important role in cohesion in our society. I expect clubs and players to set an example here.”
Welcome to the day of the restart
The time has come. Today from 1 p.m. the ball rolled in the second division, from 3:30 p.m. in the Bundesliga. The most controversial and eagerly awaited restart of the Bundesliga. If you follow him at t-online.de, you are spot on. We provide you with all relevant information, curiosities and sporting developments. First here in the news blog – later in the live ticker of the individual games. Welcome.