Bayern Munich players are rebelling against the club’s decision. The case may end in court

The topic of coronavirus vaccination among footballers has recently been widely commented on in Germany. Bayern Munich decided not to pay wages to such players during the period of forced quarantine. As reported by the portal “Sport1.de”, the players of “Die Roten” intend to go to court with the whole matter.

Joshua Kimmich, among others, spoke publicly about the refusal of vaccination. The German representative is concerned about possible side effects that, in his opinion, may occur in the future.

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The helper recently landed in quarantine because he had contact with someone infected with the coronavirus. Isolation is not necessary for those who have previously received the vaccine.

Bayern Munich is concerned that the current problems with Kimmich and some of the other players could have an impact on the German championship fight. Last week, “Die Roten” unexpectedly lost to Augsburg.

The Bavarians decided to take stricter steps. They said they would not pay wages to unvaccinated footballers while they were in quarantine. We wrote more on this topic HERE.

German law is on the side of Bayern activists. According to the portal “Sport1.de”, the punished players are not going to give up and want to go to court with the whole matter.

There they intend to fight for the payment of wages. It is to be expected that the whole situation will not have the best effect on the atmosphere in the team. On Tuesday, “Die Roten” will play another Champions League match – they will play against Dynamo Kiev.

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David Martin is the lead editor for Spark Chronicles. David has been working as a freelance journalist.

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