the Bundesliga restart at the weekend for the empty grandstands after coronapausen. Next week follows the Australian-suit - also without the people on the battens.
the Hope and the expectation is that several of the other leagues in Europe can do the same before too long. For it costs a lot of money for clubs to be quiet.
But although it is important for the football to get started again, so is the joy to take to feel for the Spanish national coach Luis Enrique.
- To play without fans is sørgeligere than to dance with his own sister. It is not attractive, he says, according to AFP in the program 'Colgados del aro'.
- I saw football from Germany (at the weekend, ed.), and it is a sad sight. You can hear the voices, you hear even the words are. You lose the intimacy in the big moments, he says.
He tells himself that he has not been afraid coronavirusset, but that he has been worried about her older family members.
he has Therefore well able to understand the decommissioning of the society and, therefore, also the soccer ball. And he also knows that football without spectators is far better than no football.
- You have to understand that it is a business that generates a lot of money, and although the mood is far from the level when there are fans, so it can help to cope with the challenges (sport, red.), said Luis Enrique.
He left the job as national coach in June 2019, to be with his daughter, who had cancer. She died some time after, and in november, he turned back to the job.
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