Fortuna Dusseldorf: Klaus Allofs sends appeal to the DFL

Fortuna Dusseldorf: Klaus Allofs sends appeal to the DFL

Criticism of the decision of the German Football League (DFL), the second division game of Fortuna Düsseldorf on Saturday afternoon at the SC Paderborn to take place despite a Corona outbreak at the Rhine countries, Fortuna’s Football Leagues board Klaus Allofs has practiced.

“We have to quickly ran the regulations, because they are not okay,” said the ex-national player before the game at “Sky” and announced further discussions with the DFL.

F95-Interview | Vorstand Sport Klaus Allofs über die aktuelle Corona-Situation | Fortuna Düsseldorf

After 14 positive tests among the professionals, the Rhine countries had applied for game laying, but the DFL did not take place to the request of the Rhineland. The gaps in the squad of the Düsseldorf must be filled up with junior people.

“I hope our guys are super motivated and will give everything. That they want to show their qualities and summarize quickly,” Allofs said to his expectations of the strongly replacement festivals: “We hope to take something here anyway.” The likewise infected coach Daniel Thiune is represented by his co-trainer Jan Hoepner.

For the discharge of a game, according to the DFL gaming order, at least 16 playful actors are necessary, of which at least nine license players to which a goalkeeper must be. Blocked and injured players are considered “available”.

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