Bundesliga club Wolfsburg officially issued an apology today for rejecting the mandatory wearing of masks on the subway to the 11th round of the Bundesliga Bayer Leverkusen yesterday. Inappropriate words and deeds and disrespectful behavior, and also publicly apologize to the public.
It is understood that several players were reminded by staff for not wearing masks on the train at the time, but the players showed disrespectful behavior to the subway staff.
The West German Broadcasting Corporation released a video of the players on the subway yesterday. It can be seen that most of the Wolfsburg players did not wear masks when watching their mobile phones or talking on the subway.
According to a reporter, after the staff came forward to remind the players, some players responded in a mocking manner and refused to comply with the mandatory mask regulations. Their words and deeds were quite disrespectful to the staff.
After this news leaked, the club officials also quickly issued an apology.
The statement stated that due to the unprofessional and inappropriate behavior of its own players, the team expresses its deepest apologies here, especially for the disrespectful behavior of the players towards the employees of Deutsche Bahn, and insists that the team’s values do not allow such disrespect. Other Bundesliga players also promised that such an incident would not happen again.
At the same time, the club also revealed in a statement that after the players arrived at the hotel yesterday, coach Niko Kovac called the players to denounce this behavior, and the team has now taken action against this, and will take action after the players leave Leverku. Upon Sen’s return, a detailed review of the incident was conducted.
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