Arsenal and Cologne have agreed to share data on one another forward of their Europa League matches to assist their scouting departments.
The golf equipment had been drawn collectively in Group H and are set to satisfy on the Emirates Stadium on Sept. 14 in what would be the Bundesliga facet’s first European match in 25 years, and on Sunday they agreed to share scouting data to facilitate the match preparation.
Discussing his journey to Liverpool on the weekend, Cologne assistant coach Manfred Schmid informed Bild: “We had an excellent discuss and a pleasant change of concepts. We are going to obtain movies from Arsenal matches within the subsequent couple of days, and we’ll provide them with our materials.”
Schmid mentioned the association is “simpler for each side,” including: “You’ll be able to’t cease opponents getting footage by means of different golf equipment or platforms as of late, and so this simply simplifies the match preparation.”
Cologne and Arsenal may even meet Pink Star Belgrade and BATE Borisov in Group H.
Stephan Uersfeld is the Germany correspondent for ESPN FC. Comply with him on Twitter @uersfeld.