Munster – Managing Director Malte Metzelder from Preussen Munster has complained of a distortion of competition in the 3rd soccer league.

“At the latest now everyone should be aware that a sporting competition that is the same for everyone can be ruled out,” Metzelder told the “Westfalische Nachrichten”. The 37-year-old believes that the training in small groups, introduced by many professional associations, is not practicable because one cannot “provide adequate protection” there.

The fact that others are already training is “definitely a competitive advantage since these clubs can already provide training stimuli and the daily routine gets a regular structure,” said the brother of former international Christoph Metzelder. By contrast, Prussia Munster “had to put all training and game operations into” hibernation “.

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