The number of infections in Germany is at a new record high. Now a board member of Eintracht Frankfurt is said to have tested positive. Fredie Bobic is said to be in quarantine.
The board members of Eintracht Frankfurt did not come to the game in Wolfsburg. According to the “Bild” newspaper, the football bosses around Fredi Bobic are said to be in quarantine. One member is said to have tested positive for the coronavirus.
It is said to be CFO Oliver Frankenbach. He was in contact with Sports Director Fredi Bobic and Marketing Director Axel Hellmann. However, both are said to have received a negative test. But to be on the safe side, the entire Eintracht executive board went into quarantine at home.
A Eintracht spokesman confirmed the “Bild”: “It is purely a precautionary measure that the entire board did not travel to Wolfsburg. Basically, however, the following applies: We have a strong sense of responsibility when it comes to Corona and do not want to endanger anyone.”