Former german coach Bertie Voges Told himself “Flabbergasted“Friday that UEFA does not think of postponing the euro until next winter, given the state of health in Europe.
“I was shocked that nothing was being heard from UEFA. This is why I appeal to the European body as a former coach: push the euro back. take action now. Later, it will be too late“Voges writes in his editorial on T-Online.
The European tournament, which was initially scheduled for 2020, has been postponed to summer 2021 (11 June – 11 July).
The former glory of German football details its arguments in this text, and demands that the euro should no longer be employed in 12 countries, but only in one, “Preferably a nation where coronovirus status is under control“.
“Imagine: a Euro Germany-France match in front of empty stands, and without world-class players like Tony Kroes or Kylian Mabappé. it’s not possible. And nobody saw it on tv“, Vogts argued again.
On Thursday, a European UEFA spokesperson told AFP: “Regarding the euro, nothing has changed“.
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