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Union Berlin boss banned from Bayern clash after breaking quarantine

por Jordan Stagg (2020-06-02)


Union Berlin will be without their manager Urs Fischer for their home clash with Bayern Munich on Sunday after he broke quarantine rules following a family bereavement.

loading-dudes-transparent.gifThe Bundesliga is the first major European league to resume behind closed doors following the outbreak of coronavirus but there are strict guidelines in place to keep players and ??????? staff safe.

These include a week-long quarantine which Fischer broke on Monday to join his family after the death of his father-in-law.






Union Berlin will be without their manager Urs Fischer for their home clash with Bayern Munich







The Bundesliga is the first major European league to resume fixtures behind closed doors







There are strict guidelines in place to keep everyone safe including a week-long quarantine 







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The coach will return before the game takes place but will be unable to join up with the squad and must have two negative tests for coronavirus before he can return to the camp. 

Union Berlin have already completed some giant killings in their first ever season in Germany's top flight.

Victories over Borussia Dortmund and Borussia Monchengladbach came at their home ground of Stadion An der Alten Forsterei earlier this season.






Union Berlin have already completed some giant killings at their home ground this season







Bayern are currently four points clear at the top of the table with Borussia Dortmund second


But they will be without their usual intimidating atmosphere with fans not yet able to attend live matches.

Bayern are currently top of the table, four points clear of Dortmund in second who can close the gap to a point by beating Schalke this afternoon. 

Augsburg manager Heiko Herrlich will also miss his side's game after breaking quarantine rules by leaving the team hotel to buy toothpaste.






Union Berlin will be without their usual intimidating atmosphere with no fans allowed at game







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