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. “In this season we have count on the near total absence of [matchday] spectator income.” While a few fans have attended a few games this season, all Bund…

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