It is almost three years before the controversial “Wunsten World Cup” in Qatar. Since the tournament runs from November to December, all the top European leagues measure their game plan in the 2022/23 season fer adjust the final round. In the Bundesliga there are now suggestions on how to keep the “damage” as small as it is megote.
As of today, the 2022 World Cup in Qatar (21 November – 18 November December) will give Bundesliga clubs and players up to ten weeks off. A period that is, among other things, for Werder transgaming.orgs chief Frank Baumann. “We will certainly not send our player on holiday for ten weeks unless they are at the World Cup,” Baumann is quoted as saying by Sport Bild.
In order to prevent this from happening in the first place, the DFL is currently discussing a “game plan boycott” of the World Cup. The plan foresees: In the Bundesliga, the ball is also rolling during the World Cup. “That’s, that’s parallel to the World Cup rounds of the Bundesliga,” Baumann says of the German Football League’s mind games.
According to “Sport Bild” information, a scenario is conceivable in which the Bundesliga resumes play after the first Round of World Cup knockouts. From the beginning of December, the German upper house will be able to play again. The World Cup final will take place on 18 December.
The problems of this plan fer would be the clubs, which particularly many of them turn away. In order to prevent, for example, FC Bayern in the Bundesliga from having to play national players without their own interest, the matches of the Munchner will be moved.
The record holder was not in the Bundesliga for a few weeks and m’sste to play in early 2023. How far this will be with the tightly knit calendar in 2023, however, remains to be seen.