"If health experts have made those suggestions, if the league with great expense and smart ideas has worked on concepts, you have to stick those rules. And if you do not stick to those rules, you
might get the red card. It's like that in football as well as in real life."
-- Bavarian minister president Markus Soder
, warning the Bundesliga could get shut down if breaches of
protocols continue. On Thursday, Augsburg coach Heiko Herrlich
admitted he broke a mandatory seven-day quarantine for players and staff before the league resumes on Satiuday to go to a nearby