The Bremen refuse to send their professionals to the national teams, according to a media report. The reason for the club veto is the corona situation. However, there must be an exception.
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Bundesliga club Werder Bremen does not want to send any of their national players to an international match, according to information from “Kicker” (Thursday). This would affect Marco Friedl (Austria), Milos Veljkovic (Serbia), Milot Rashica (Kosovo), Yuya Osako (Japan) and Josh Sargent (US).
Only goalkeeper Jiri Pavlenka is allowed to travel to his national team. The reason for this: The Czech Republic meets Germany in a test match in Leipzig on Wednesday, November 11 (8.45 pm, in the live ticker on Chillreport).
With this decision, Bremen would not be breaking any rules, because according to the rules amended by the world association Fifa, there is no obligation to park matches in corona-risk areas at least until the end of the year if a player is threatened with a five-day quarantine after returning. regardless of the test result. The Bremen Health Service insists on this precautionary isolation.