What would happen if a drone camera flies over the training ground?
The British media’The Sun’ said on the 20th (Korean time), “A drone appeared at the Leicester City 1st Army training ground. Hearing this news, the Leicester club’s leadership was extremely furious,” he reported. “As a result of security officers tracking the drone, it turned out that there was a drone pilot outside the training ground.”
“The Leicester training ground security officer approached the drone pilot and threatened to ‘call the police,’ but the pilot refused to withdraw,” he added. “If you look at the video filmed on the drone, all of Lester’s tactical training is included. Director Brendan Rodgers and James Madison were also filmed having a tactical meeting.”
Leicester will play an English Premier League (EPL) match against Brighton in the 2022-23 season at King Power Stadium on the 22nd. Leicester, who has fallen to 15th place after losing 4 consecutive league games, desperately needs a win against Brighton. Currently, they are two points behind the relegation zone. Even ‘digital spy’ appeared at a time when it was as sensitive as it was sensitive.
There have been similar cases in the past. In January 2019, Leeds United, then a member of the English second division (Championship), launched a drone to spy on the opponent team Derby County’s tactics. It was directed directly by Leeds manager Marcelo Bielsa. 카지노사이트
In the end, Bielsa was fined £200,000. Derby manager Frank Lampard was very angry, but Bielsa said, “I am really sorry. He didn’t know it was wrong,” he apologized and ended.
A similar thing happened in Germany. It was the summer of 2020, when the round of 16 of the European Football Federation (UEFA) Champions League (UCL) was in full swing. Bayern Munich was training privately ahead of the Chelsea match, but all training was stopped when a drone appeared over the training ground.
Police arrived and began investigating. As a result, it was found that four adults and one child in the vicinity flew the drone for fun. “I wanted to show my children what the Bayern Munich training ground looked like,” one adult explained to the police. All recorded videos have been deleted.