Bayern Munich | Oliver Kahn relies on Markus Söder’s signal: “I expressly welcome that”

Oliver Kahn from FC Bayern Munich hopes for an end to the ghost games after signals from Prime Minister Markus Söder.

At the federal-state summit, Söder announced that he “wanted to make adjustments to the corona measures. I expressly welcome that,” said the Bavarian CEO of the “German Press Agency”. “We have to find sensible solutions for all areas of life, including sport. I very much hope that the Bavarian cabinet will discuss possibilities and opportunities at its meeting on Tuesday – and make the appropriate decisions.”

After the Corona consultations by the federal and state governments, Söder had renewed his commitment to loosening sports and cultural events in Bavaria. More viewers will be allowed in both areas, said Söder on BR Fernsehen – each under 2G plus conditions and with a mask requirement.

The cabinet wants to decide on the details this Tuesday. Söder left it open whether and for which professional leagues this should apply.

In Bavaria, the Bundesliga teams have been playing in front of empty ranks again since the beginning of December. The federal and state governments had decided not to open the football stadiums to spectators during the consultations.


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