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  • #16
    The Bundesliga and 2. Bundesliga clubs have approved the extension of the league suspension until at least April 30. The plan is to start again on the first weekend of May with games behind closed doors.

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      • #18
        All major events are also banned in France until mid July. We will probably watch the rest of the season (including CL) behind closed doors

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        • #19
          Would honestly be overjoyed to see matches resume without fans. Would be really cool if we could keep folks safe AND have our sport.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Grey View Post
            Would honestly be overjoyed to see matches resume without fans. Would be really cool if we could keep folks safe AND have our sport.
            A lot of people were complaining about games behind closed doors because they said without fans there would be no atmosphere and it wouldn't be as exciting. I agree in a way but I also think it would be really interesting to hear the players interact on the field and I'm going pretty crazy without sport to watch haha

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            • #21
              Originally posted by DanaSchofield View Post

              A lot of people were complaining about games behind closed doors because they said without fans there would be no atmosphere and it wouldn't be as exciting. I agree in a way but I also think it would be really interesting to hear the players interact on the field and I'm going pretty crazy without sport to watch haha
              We've played empty stadiums in the CL due to fan bans very recently IIRC and its wasn't horrible or particularly compelling haha. Maybe they will mic them up a little better now. NBA can be quite entertaining when you can pick up all the trash talk.

              It will have to be exciting enough. It's not like the next season is going to be played with fans either.

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              • #22
                As an international fan who watches nearly every match on TV, I genuinely couldn't care less about fan atmosphere. There isn't a seat in any stadium in the entire world with a better view than my TV screen.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Grey View Post
                  As an international fan who watches nearly every match on TV, I genuinely couldn't care less about fan atmosphere. There isn't a seat in any stadium in the entire world with a better view than my TV screen.
                  Agreed. If you want to really watch the game the TV is the best option.If you want to vent by screaming and cursing at the ref then the stadium is your place. God knows hoe many goals I've missed watching live games.

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                  • #24


                    Other guys from the team have experienced it? When and why?

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by mea95 View Post


                      Other guys from the team have experienced it? When and why?
                      Crowd bans for other teams. We played CSKA Moscow with no fans in attendance.

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                      • #26
                        Im totally happy to start up play in a few weeks maybe with no fans.

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                        • #27


                          cool

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                          • #28


                            22-23 December: Pokal second round
                            2-3 January: BL first matchday of 2021

                            No winter break.

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                            • #29
                              So Hertha wants Amazon or Tesla as a main sponsor.
                              https://www.sportbuzzer.de/artikel/h...rs-reaktionen/

                              It looks promising after Lars Windhorst increased his stakes to 49% and invested a bit of money he wants to make Hertha a big club https://www.spiegel.de/wirtschaft/un...a-1289183.html.

                              Lets hope he can do something to increase the quality of the BL as a whole because this tradition thing that is pushed by german fans look where it took the BL, tradition teams like HSV,Werder,Stuttgart,Schalke etc are so badly mismanaged that they are losing money and the future of many clubs looks mediocre.

                              With the EPL investors and even seria a investors BL needs to keep up or in 5,10 years who knows what will happen

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                              • #30
                                The fixtures for the 2020/21 Bundesliga & 2. Bundesliga seasons will be released on August 7.

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