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Bundesliga to resume?

By Guardian Exclusive
25 April 2020   |   7:15 pm
Solomon Fowowe discusses Bundesliga's readiness to resume on May 9 pending government approval. Bundesliga CEO, Christian Seifert has said that the league will be ready to return to competitive action as early as May 9, although government approval will be required before an official decision is made.

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