Heiko Herrlich is likely to miss his side’s clash with Wolfsburg
The manager was on the wrong side of quarantine as he decided to leave his hotel to go get toothpaste
This was against quarantine regulations and he is set to miss training
As clubs and fans in Germany are preparing for the anticipated Bundesliga return, one manager will likely not be available to oversee his team’s first game in more than two months.
Augsburg manager Heiko Herrlich is likely to miss the first round of fixtures in the Bundesliga restart after allegedly breaching quarantine rules.
With Bundesliga teams in quarantine ahead of the restart, Herrlich decided to tempt fate by stepping out of his hotel room to get some toothpaste.
The Augsburg boss broke quarantine rules to buy toothpaste and will miss this weekend's gamehttps://t.co/1t3B2g2HNk
— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) May 15, 2020
The manager would later release a statement admitting his error of judgement at the time.
Because of his error, the manager further stated he would not lead the training on Friday, May 15 as he posed a sort of risk.
On why he decided to step out, Herrlich explained in a video news conference that he had run out of toothpaste and had gone to fetch some at the supermarket.
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It was gathered that clubs are regularly testing players for the coronavirus in a bid to ensure no surprises as the league prepares for a restart from Saturday, May 16.
Augsburg face Wolfsburg in the weekend with the club flirting with the relegation zone in 14th place, five points clear of the dreaded zone.
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