FC Bayern worried? Corona-positive van Gaal hugs FCB

Whether this fell the responsible person of Bayern? Shortly before midnight, Louis van Gaal nipped on the coffee and bit served him straight into a biscuit. Then the bond coach, who used to trained the Munich, had the present German journalists at the press conference with a confusing corona confession.

A positive PCR test prevent his journey on Friday to the World Cup Draw to Qatar. “Do not come too close to me,” the warning of the Dutch national coach accompanied by a smile bought by the media room of the Arena in Amsterdam.

Positive test? At Van Gaal? Had the bond coach not just national coach Hansi Flick and DFB scorer Thomas Müller in the stadium after the 1: 1 in the entertaining World Cup test of the football rivals hugged? “Great, Louis van Gaal see again,” Müller wrote in English on Twitter about a picture of the heartfelt encounter.

No negative proof necessary

Jose Mourinho hugs Louis van Gaal at Old Trafford

The statements of the 70-year-old Van Gaal made a clear. In the Netherlands, the pandemic is fundamentally different. The Van Gaal infected at the previous week had already sat back on the bank at 4: 2 against Denmark last Saturday. 50,000 spectators in the arena did not make any masks on Tuesday in overwhelming majority. A negative proof was not needed for entry into the stadium.

An arranged release after positive findings is no longer available in the Netherlands. There is only the recommendation that after five days and if you have no complaints 24 hours, a self-test. Van Gaal destroyed once on the press podium. But that was probably rather on a biscuit crumbs in his neck.

According to Qatar, the former Bayern coach is now not allowed. The World Cup host requires a negative PCR test to enter. Van Gaal is apparently not present at the moment. Larger worries do not prepare him the whole situation. “I trust the team doctor,” he said. In Doha, his assistant Danny blind is now represented in the classification of the World Cup counterparties. The Netherlands are set in the draw as the German team in the second best saucepan.