The head of the Department Robert Strixner (SpVgg Erdweg) and Glenn Menzel (TSV Hilgert Hausen) talk about the BFV taken decisions
voices from the Clubs to the plans of the Bavarian football Association:
"continuation of season 19/20, the only fair and therefore right decision,"
Robert Strixner (52), head of division SpVgg dirt track, County League: "must I say that the continuation of the season 19/20 is the only fair and, therefore, is the right decision for the theme and decide to descend in a sportive way. But I do not see a realistic possibility in this year to pull through. A shift in the year 2021 , and thus account for the season 20/21 is to be assessed today is very difficult and raises many questions. What are the clubs that play no Relegation make? There is again a very long break from the middle of November to mid - March . The squad of the respective teams will change over this long period of time. This can lead to distortion of competition. It comes in a proper game rhythm.“
Glenn Menzel (45), head of Department, TSV Hilgert Hausen, A-class: "in The end it will go like most of the other Clubs and we will have to with the Situation, the decision-makers of the BFV meet alone, to arrange. We have discussed this in the run-up to the webinars of the BFV-intensive, and were the TSV unanimously for a season of demolition. Now instead of a crash, and a reasonable regime for On - and descent – as in other associations happen to make a clean Cut and to give the Clubs planning security, was rumgeeiert week long, apocalyptic scenarios have not been established (wave of lawsuits, etc.) to listen to at the end of the clubs. Sorry, there are no common decision was reached, but the gap between Association and Clubs increased. The same applies to the urgently introduced additional exchange period. That teams might have a completely different face than at the start of the scheduled second round, pours Oil into the fire. Overall, the BFV has not exactly covered itself in my eyes in this crisis with the glory. Pay the bill, the clubs and especially the small clubs that form the broad base of the Association, but increasingly less and less to be heard.“
ROBERT OHLDate Of Update: 12 June 2020, 07:34