The president of Borussia Dortmund is opposed to the idea of ​​launching a play-off to determine the German league champion

Dortmund: Borussia Dortmund chief executive Hans-Joachim Watzke has opposed the idea of ​​playing a decisive role in winning the Bundesliga top and crowning the title at the end of the season, despite Bayern Munich’s dominance. Bayern Munich have won the Bundesliga title for the tenth season in a row, and the German League has said it will consider throwing a decisive role at the end of the season to determine the champion, with the aim of adding more excitement to the competition. But Dortmund chief executive Watzke, who finished second behind Bayern Munich last season, said: “For me, it can be a last resort. If Bayern continue to win the title. in all the next five years, we could think of such scenarios. But in this moment, I don’t think it’s the right time for this. “Uli Hoeness, honorary president of Bayern Munich, had mocked the idea, saying that no other leading country in football would have dared to apply such a rule and that in the end the team with the more points he should win the title Fans of rival teams wait in Bundesliga, hoping that Robert Lewandowski’s planned departure from Bayern Munich will help give other teams a chance next season. Watzke said the Bundesliga is still competitive in the fight for seats in Champions League. He added: “Eintracht Frankfurt is now the seventh German team to qualify for the Champions League in three years. And I think it’s wonderful. ”Watzke downplayed the hype about the vast wealth of the club of the Premier League. He said: “They have not won any European Championships in this season. The Champions League went to Spain (Real Madrid), the European League to Germany (Eintracht Frankfurt) and the Conference League to Italy (Rome). (Dpa)