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Hertha sporting director Bobic urges return to full stadiums

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Hertha Berlin sporting director Fredi Bobic believes Bundesliga teams should be able to open their stadiums without coronavirus restrictions. Fans generally need to be vaccinated, cured or have a negative test to enter but limits on capacities are still being set by health authorities. Hertha were allowed to have 25,000 in the 74,000-seater Olympic Stadium for Saturday’s game with Wolfsburg. However, only 18,241 turned up and Bobic thinks the capacity restrictions put spectators off. “We will get there, when we open everything. It’s unstoppable,” the 49-year-old told Bild TV on Sunday. “I’m su…

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