German club wants to get Bundesliga to ‘think’ of its players as people

The Bundesliga’s governing body wants to create an online platform for clubs to communicate about their work to the public.

Bundesliga is expected to release a report on the platform’s feasibility next month.

The idea of the platform came up during a meeting last week between the German Football League and the club league’s head of digital communications, Dieter Mueller.

The Bundesliga has a long history of creating a platform for its players to communicate with the public, particularly on social media.

In 2012, the league decided to make it mandatory for all players in the league to post a video on social networks like Instagram and Twitter.

This year, the Bundesliga said it would extend the same rule to all Bundesliga clubs.