Champions League: On probation: Eintracht coach Glasner appeals to fans

Fearing a possible ghost game in the Champions League, Eintracht Frankfurt's coach Oliver Glasner appealed to the fans of Hessen.

Champions League: On probation: Eintracht coach Glasner appeals to fans

Fearing a possible ghost game in the Champions League, Eintracht Frankfurt's coach Oliver Glasner appealed to the fans of Hessen.

"If something happens, the next game would be empty. That's why I hope and I'm in good spirits that the fans will give our team great support, but within the framework that's allowed," said the 48-year-old before the opening game against Sporting Lisbon this Wednesday (6.45 p.m. / DAZN).

After some Eintracht supporters stormed into the Europa League semifinals against West Ham United, the European Football Union (UEFA) sentenced the Bundesliga club to excluding spectators from the next home game in an international competition. However, the sentence was suspended for a period of two years, which is why the Frankfurt premiere in the premier class can take place in front of a full house.

Glasner now hopes that, despite the huge euphoria, the supporters will not make any mistakes again, "because the fans, who want the best for the club, would harm the club and themselves by doing so".

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