Big time soccer is back this weekend, which, given the global nature of the world’s most popular sport, seems to be a particularly powerful pointer that things are finally heading towards a more normal sporting plane.
But while the resumption of the German Bundesliga is a major lift for fans of the beautiful game and sports in general, the complexities surrounding soccer’s revival from the overwhelming scorch of COVID-19 are extensive.
Germany is in some ways an outlier when it comes to the coronavirus and its effects, especially when compared to its European neighbors. Plenty
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