fines for Hertha and Bayer
The sports court of the German Football Association (DFB) has fined the Bundesliga clubs Hertha BSC and Bayer Leverkusen. © provided by Sport1.de fines for Hertha and Bayer Frankfurt am Main (SID) - The sports court of the German Football Association (DFB) has fined the Bundesliga clubs Hertha BSC and Bayer Leverkusen. The capital club has to pay 27,000 euros due to misconduct by its fans.
The possible return of the standing space fans at international games triggered enthusiasm at the Champions League participant Bayer Leverkusen. "This decision by the UEFA is a milestone for international football," said Fernando Carro, the chairman of the management of the Bundesliga club. © Friso Gentsch/dpa/symbol image A football lies on the net before the game.
The UEFA announced on Wednesday that fans in Germany, England and France are allowed to pursue international games "in accordance with national and local legal provisions".
"We will do everything we can in Leverkusen to make the pilot project a success so that the standing space culture can find its way back in all stadiums in Europe," said Carro. The club will immediately initiate all the necessary approval steps, "so that we can also receive the final approval," said the 58-year-old Catalane.
after four months: Adli before the comeback .
at the end of March Amine Adli injured herself to the French U-21 national team. Now the offensive player is facing the leap into the Leverkusen matchday squad. Robert Andrich and Piero Hincapie, which were damaged in the Dortmund game, could also return in these. © Imago/Hartenfelser before returning: Leverkusen's offensive player Amine Adli is fit again after a thigh injury.