German league chief expects 2-billion-euro sales drop

German football league (DFL) chief executive Christian Seifert is counting on a 2-billion-euro (2.4-billion-dollar) drop in income as a result of the coronavirus crisis, he said Monday. Seifert said the drop in revenue takes into account the end of last term, which was completed behind closed doors after a suspension, the current campaign and season 2021/22. “Last season was a mild breeze at best, but now the storm is coming,” Seifert warned after an online meeting of the clubs. “In this season we have count on the near total absence of [matchday] spectator income.” While a few fans have atten…

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