Wolfsburg – Wolfsburg’s managing director Jorg Schmadtke does not assume that the Europa League will still be played this season.
“I believe that UEFA is trying to finish the competition. But when I see the pictures from Italy, Spain or England, I lack the imagination. I don’t know how to do that, “Schmadtke told the” Sportbuzzer “.
The Lower Saxony is still represented in the Europa League. In the round of 16 first leg, VfL had suffered a 1-2 loss to Donetsk on March 12. The second leg in Ukraine was then suspended shortly afterward due to the Corona crisis.
Before Schmadtke, Frankfurt coach Adi Hutter had already said that he did not expect further games in the Europa League this season. In addition to Wolfsburg and Frankfurt, Bayer Leverkusen from the Bundesliga is also in the Europa League. This Wednesday, UEFA wants to discuss how to continue with international football this season.