Union coach Fischer leaves the team camp before the Bayern game
SEDAN: Union berlin will finish preparing for your Bundesliga season restart at home for leaders Bayern Munich Sunday without a coach Urs Fischer After he unexpectedly left the team's camp on Wednesday, the club said.
The Swiss had to leave the team hotel in Lower Saxony for personal reasons, Union said in a statement, adding that his assistant would oversee the training.
The Bundesliga this weekend becomes the first major sports league to return to action amid the coronavirus pandemic after a game suspension of more than two months.
The reasons (for his departure) are purely private and have nothing to do with any corona infection or the quarantine guidelines for the restart of the Bundesliga, Union said.
The club added that the latest batch of player and staff tests did not yield positive cases.
Assistant coaches Markus Hoffmann and Sebastian Boenig will take over the training in the coming days.
It was still unclear when Fischer would return to the bench as all league teams must remain completely isolated for seven days before the campaign resumes.
This is part of a set of health and safety measures for the safe resumption of the Bundesliga.
The Promoted Union is in 11th place with 30 points, eight points above the playoff relegation point, and on track to keep up.