Bundesliga: Augsburg boss Heiko Herrlich breaks quarantine rules and will miss restart
Augsburg head coach Heiko Herrlich will miss the Bundesliga restart after breaching quarantine rules by leaving the team hotel to buy toothpaste.
Herrlich, whose side face Wolfsburg on Saturday, told a news conference on Thursday that he had visited a shop, breaking league rules.
Teams preparing for the German league to restart this weekend have been staying in quarantine.
Herrlich, 48, was appointed on 10 March and the home match with Wolfsburg was set to be his first in charge.
The club said players and staff are being regularly tested for coronavirus and Herrlich will be able to resume training after two negative test results.
Augsburg are 14th in the Bundesliga, five points above the relegation zone.