MUNICH (GERMANY) – Bayern Munich has officially announced that it has imposed a fine on its defender Jerome Boateng for violating the restrictions imposed by the club during the pandemic period, leaving without permission.
The full amount will be donated to the Munich hospitals.
The defender was the victim of a frightening accident yesterday, fortunately without consequences, after losing control of his car, an Audi.
Boateng, according to German media, suffered damage of 25 thousand euros. The Bavarian player had left to visit his son and was the victim of the road accident while he was returning home: only a great fright for him. And the club fine.
Coronavirus, the Bundesliga has found a solution to end the German championship.
How to end the championship in the time of the coronavirus? Christian Seifert, boss of the Bundesliga, would have found a solution after several meetings via Skype with the presidents of all German clubs.
The idea would be to play the missing matches in North Rhine-Westphalia, the area with the least infected with coronavirus. All games would be played behind closed doors.
In that German area there are avant-garde stadiums such as those of the stadiums of Borussia Dortmund, Schalke, Bayer Leverkusen, Cologne, Borussia Moenchengladbach and Dusseldorf and many sports centers available to clubs.
Source: Blitz Quotidiano