United skipper praises the German league.
Manchester United’s Serbian talisman Nemanja Vidic has a lot of respect for the German model of football.
Many clubs in the Bundesliga are fan owned and offer hugely discounted season ticket prices as well as free rail travel to away games.
The cheapest for a season ticket for champions Bayern Munich for example is £96, which is almost one third of the price of a standard English League Two side.
This huge cut in prices ensures fans are always flocking through the gates and a ticket in the Yellow wall – the biggest terrace in Europe – is just €11.
“It is striking that in recent years were also more and more international players for the brand ‘Star’ and ‘Superstar’ to Germany,” Vidic told Sport Bild.
“I particularly like the great stability in the Bundesliga. The clubs have clear ideas and plans. The stadiums are great and always full.That’s perfect.
“The League is constantly evolving and has grown slowly. In clubs you are not pushed artificially high. I like that.”
Compared to the Red Devils, where a season ticket would set you back at least £500, many supporters would like to see the Bundesliga model implemented straight away.
Added to this is the fact that Bayern and Borussia Dortmund are two of the strongest sides in European football right now and that they have managed to rise to the summit of the game, without the looming possibility of financial implosion.
This is something that can’t be said of the vast majority of top English and Spanish clubs for example.
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