Augsburg manager set to miss the restart of Bundesliga after he broke the quarantine rule

The manager of Augsburg, Heiko Herrlich will miss tomorrow Bundesliga restart match after breaching the quarantine rule

I have no toothpaste and then I went to a supermarket.

Heiko Herrlich

Augsburg will be playing Wolfsburg in one of Bundesliga’s fixtures tomorrow and will be without their manager Heiko Herrlich, who said on Thursday that he visited a shop breaking the league quarantine rule.

All Eyes are on the german two top-flight divisions as they resume tomorrow after 2 months without football matches amid the deadly virus.

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“Even though I have followed all hygiene measures both when leaving the hotel and otherwise, I cannot undo this,” he said. “In this situation, I was not able to act as a role model for my team and the public.

“I will, therefore, be consistent and stand by my mistake. Because of this misconduct, I will not be leading the training [on Friday] and will not be in charge of the team against Wolfsburg on Saturday.”



The former Bayern Leverkusen manager was appointed on the 10 March and the game against Wolfsburg was set to be his first as head coach of Augsburg.

Herrlich will return to training with his team only after two negative test results of the coronavirus.

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