Leipzig – The newly founded medical task force of the German Football League has apparently made its first suggestions on how to resume playing in the Bundesliga.
According to the MDR program “Sport in the East”, the professionals should be tested every three days for possible infection with the coronavirus. If the result is positive, not all players on the team should be sent to quarantine, only the infected one.
The MDR also reports that teams have to play a game if they have 13 field players and two goalkeepers at their disposal. “The task force has started work, but no results are yet available. Football will always comply with all official requirements, »said a DFL spokesman for the report.
At a virtual general meeting, the 36 professional clubs had decided on Tuesday to suspend play until at least April 30. Team training will not be permitted again until next Monday at the earliest, provided that the responsible authorities allow this. The goal remains to end the season by June 30th. Nine full match days and the catch-up game between Werder Bremen and Eintracht Frankfurt are still pending.