Lewandowski and Piatek get approval to travel to England

Lewandowski and Piatek get approval to travel to England

The Poland national team is expecting captain and world footballer Robert Lewandowski for the big game of the World Cup qualification in England on 31 March. Bayern Munich on Saturday gave official approval for the release of the club associate of David Alaba, a spokesman for the Polish Association. Krisschistoff Piatek from Hertha BSC Berlin will also be available in London following the easing of German travel restrictions from Great Britain.

Earlier, high level politicians should have also intervened. According to the Polish Foreign Ministry, Prime Minister Matusz Morwiecki called German Chancellor Angela Merkel and asked that the quarantine rules be applied fairly and equitably to all national associations. “We will go to London with a full squad,” said Zbigniew Boniek, president of the Association of Poland.

The removal of Lewandowski and Storm’s aide Piatech can be seen as a breakthrough by Prime Minister Moraviki. However, from the German side, there was no confirmation of his negotiations with Merkel. In Germany, regional health officials usually decide to implement measures against coronaviruses. The Robert Koch Institute on Friday evening downgraded Britain from the virus variant area to the risk area. It also removes parts of travel restrictions – such as a 14-day quarantine mandatory after entering Germany.

GuestFB is also expecting this for its guest appearance on 25 March in Scotland. According to FIFA information, clubs are relieved of their obligation to play international matches only if their players have to remain in quarantine for more than five days after their return. बॉसFB team boss Franco Foda has appointed a total of 19 German legionnaires for his 43-strong record squad.

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A confirmation that Alba is available in Scotland, for example, did not arrive from Bavaria or the BFB until Saturday afternoon. However, the association was optimistic that most of the players concerned would be available for starters in Glasgow. According to his club VfB Stuttgart, Foda could certainly fall back on striker Sasa Kalazadic.

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