SOUTH KOREA BEGINS FOOTBALL SEASONS WITH STRICT REGULATIONS
South Korea restarts her football seasons; however with new rules that introduce a new kind of sports no one is used to.
These strict regulations state that there must be no group goal celebrations on the field, no talking and no handshakes. Friendly handshakes at the beginning of the football game are to be replaced with bowing of heads. Also, the sports will be played without closed doors just like the German Bundesliga.
Football players and fans are known for group celebrations that involve body contact; however, as nations are trying to adjust to the aftermath of the pandemic, there might be strict regulations that prohibit group celebrations and body contact just like South Korea.
South Korea also goes ahead to state that players and coaches will be subjected to temperature checks and when it is discovered that a player is infected with the virus, all those who were present on the field will be made to go on a 14-day self-isolation.