German clubs welcome UEFA's decision

 Two German clubs participating in the new version of the European Champions League welcomed the experiment announced by the European Football Association (UEFA) to return some fans to watch the matches from the stands.

Bayer Leverkusen praised UEFA's decision to allow German, English and French teams a limited position for their fans this season, with the approval of the local authorities.

The 58-year-old Spanish official said the club would immediately proceed with all steps to obtain the necessary approval "so that we can get the green light here as well".

UEFA stopped allowing fans to stand after several tragic accidents in European stadiums in the eighties of the last century.

Domenico Tedesco, head coach of German club RB Leipzig, was a big fan of the new proposal.

"I welcome UEFA's decision to participate in European matches. It is good for the atmosphere and gives more people the opportunity to be in the matches," Tedesco told a news conference.

Helen Brett, head of the German fan group, was happy to take the step she had been advocating for so long.

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