By Alec Fenn For Mailonline
Published: 09:20 BST, 8 May 2020 | Updated: 09:32 BST, 8 May 2020
The coronavirus pandemic has seen workers furloughed and players' careers put on hold but it's also had an impact on one of Germany's most famous mascots.
The owner of Eintracht Frankfurt's mascot, Attila the eagle, has been banned from making his own return when the Bundesliga restarts this month.
Attila normally flies around Frankfurt's 51,000-seater Commerzbank Stadium before home games and helps to whip the crowd into a frenzy.
The owner of Eintracht Frankfurt's eagle mascot, Attila, says the bird is lonely without football
Attila last attended the club's clash with FC Basel on March 12 but didn't fly around the stadium
The game was played behind closed doors and will remain empty when Bundesliga returns
But the 16-year-old hasn't been able to fulfil his pre-match duties since the 3-0 defeat to FC Basel in the Europa League on March 12.