Steffen Baumgart, coach of German football, Cologne, expressed his support for giving a vaccination against the emerging corona virus, Corona, but he expressed his refusal to implement the compulsory vaccination.
In statements to the sports portal “Sports Putser”, Baumgart said: I personally recommend taking the vaccination, but he expressed his rejection of the compulsory vaccination.
It is worth noting that FC Cologne will only allow those who have received the vaccination, and those recovering from “Covid-19” disease, to enter its stadium to watch the team’s matches, starting from the second match that it will play at its home against Bochum on August 28, as it will not be sufficient as of this date to submit a negative certificate Corona test to enter the Cologne stadium.
And about the first match that Cologne will play under his leadership as a new coach against Hertha Berlin today in the German League, Baumgart said that he hopes that the players will implement his doctrine that “defensive play starts from the front.”
Baumgart explained: “My game is based on what I can win, so do we narrow the spaces in the back in order to counterattack later, or do we start working completely up front, where the opponent can be punished faster for losing the ball, and for me I always look at half The cup is full, not empty.
Baumgart continued, “What matters to him is how many goals we will score. Last season, Colin scored 36 goals, an average of just 1.1 goals per game, and I reached that rate in the clubs I was coaching to 3.2 goals, and we achieved a record number of goals with Paderborn club in the second division.