Very little actually said about the reasons for protest, assumedly due to a decision to extend the weekend with Monday night football
Its only allegedly for teams left in Europe but fans are worried it will stick,
The German Football League (DFL), which operates the Bundesliga, insists that the introduction of Monday night fixtures has nothing to do with financial gain, pointing out that the five games will account for less than one per cent of total revenue from television rights. Rather, it argues, this is a sporting decision to give Germany's Europa League participants an extra day’s rest.
But supporters remain unconvinced and view the development as yet another assault on their fan culture.
"Clearly, the league and the clubs are prepared to sacrifice our interests for the smallest of financial gains," continued the Frankfurt fans' statement. "As long as they have a few more euros in their pockets, they couldn't care less how many days of vacation we need to take to attend an away game. Marketing is their highest priority."
RB Leipzig fans also intend to protest
Fans of RB Leipzig, who played Napoli in the Europa League on Thursday, have also announced their intention to boycott the 400-kilometer (249 mile) trip to Frankfurt – a decision that has been met with scorn from fan groups across Germany who see the Red Bull franchise as the embodiment of all they consider wrong in the modern game. July 1, 2018 to June 30,2019
= 180 / 1450 / 30 (You know my rules)
@ 20 /02 /2019.( Only 14 x 0-0's - It had been a run of 22 ! ).
. Clubs 712.Grounds (Variable).(Inc Summer Leagues 2019. TBC) .
Need - 109 ( 15-3 %) @ 19/02/2019.