Mönchengladbach (GERMANY) – In these hours we are talking about nothing more than a " German model " for the restart of football during the coronavirus.
In fact in Germany they have already played two championship days without any organizational hitch.
The games are played behind closed doors so Borussia Moenchengladbach has decided to place cardboard fans in the stands.
Borussia Moenchengladbach, it is appropriate to say – to use a slogan so dear to Liverpool supporters – never walks alone.
Even in the time of the Coronaviruses, even with the stands of the stadiums closed to spectators.
In fact, the German team coached by Marco Rose, even today, on the occasion of the home match valid for the 27th day of the Bundesliga against Bayer Leverkusen, was 'accompanied' by the cardboard images of numerous fans who wanted to be present ideally the match of the favorite team, buying a place on the official website of the club for the price of 19 euros.
The club acquired the photo of the fans and reproduced their image, positioning it at the place purchased by each fan.
A useful initiative for at least two reasons:
gathering money and virtually 'filling' the stands of Borussia Park in Moenchengladbach.
Not noisy flesh-and-blood fans, but cardboard. Better than nothing (source Ansa).
Source: Blitz Quotidiano