WOLFSBURG (GERMANY) – There are those who think like Claudio Lotito . In Germany there is a company that, despite the coronavirus, has no intention of stopping training.
His players are earning their wages on the pitch. This is Wolfsburg, Bundesliga club, Germany's top football league.
Jörg Schmadtke, managing director of Wolfsburg, explains the club's decision by criticizing the German government. His statements are reported by "La Repubblica".
“If we are not given different indications, the championship will restart for us on April 2nd. We admit that it doesn't seem realistic to us either, but we have to be ready. "
Shortly after the Wolfsburg, through a press release published on their social channels, he explained that these trainings are carried out in maximum safety.
In the exercises, the players are located one meter away, both the changing rooms and the training facilities are sanitized after each use. For this reason, Wolfsburg changed the training matches. The players try the patterns without being challenged.
The defenders do not intervene on the attackers but try to "block" their conclusions by remaining a meter away. It's a bit of a game, but it's the only way to continue training in compliance with the anti-coronavirus safety rules.
Source: Blitz Quotidiano