RB Leipzig’s Managing Director Oliver Mintzlaff sees the viewer exclusion in its own stadium as potentially serious disadvantage for the football Bundesliga club.

It is definitely a disadvantage, and it is not only economical, but possibly also viewer exclusiony. You have to play big games in the empty stadium, where it goes too much, said the 46-year-old in front of the ghostly against Bayer Leverkusen DAZN.

Due to Corona restrictions in Saxony, Leipzig must first be played back from empty ranks for the first time since 16 May. This also applies to the last group match of the Champions League against Manchester City on December 7th.

There for Leipzig is still the qualification to the Europa League in the remote duel with the FC Bruges. We hope that we come to a water, which brings a bit more playability in all situations, said Mintzlaff.

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The current Corona Vordordung Saxony is valid until December 12th.