Dynamo Dresden not yet available. The club is pushing ahead with its lawsuit strategy against the unfair relegation from the second division to – parallel searches but apparently an amicable solution with the German football League (DFL). The club confirmed to the German press Agency on Tuesday talks with the DFL. The "image"newspaper reported of a Meeting of the Dynamo-managing Director Michael Born and Ralf Becker with the League representatives Peter Peters, Rüdiger Fritsch and Ansgar Panning in Frankfurt/Main, and the increase in the League should have gone.
The DFL is not commenting on the facts of the case. According to the report, Dresden aims to make concrete proposals on how the 18 September start could be played at the end of the season with 19 or 20 second division teams. Thus, the second-to-Last also declined their position of SV Wehen Wiesbaden could keep the class. "It is from our point of view, idle to speculate on the chances of success," said Nico Schäfer, managing Director of the Wiesbaden-based on dpa request. "At the moment we are in an affected, but observing role and wait first."
the increase would bring new problems
The increase in the second League, the clubs would put in the already tightly scheduled calendar prior to the new appointment problems, also the TV would need to be distributed money to more clubs. The agreement is expected to be small. Possibly the Dresden speculate, therefore, more likely to financial compensation, especially as the current squad are aligned with planning of sports-in-chief, Becker is clear to the third League.
before the end of the past season, Dresden had announced its intention to take legal action check. The Association sees the competitive disadvantage, because the team due to multiple Coronavirus cases, first in quarantine and then nine games in 28 days, had to complete.Updated Date: 21 July 2020, 08:20