Germany embarrassed by nazileuzen supporters
German fans have Friday during the world cup-kwalificatieduel with the Czech republic, a commotion ensured due to speak forth of nazileuzen and the insults in the direction of the German international Timo Werner.
German media had reported that some of the fans on nazi songs had been sung, that there is ‘Sieg Heil’ was called and that Werner by his own fans was yelled at.
In Germany is it with horror responded. National coach Joachim Löw condemned the behaviour of “these western and eastern philosophy, that the image of Germany abroad damage”.
Reinhard Grindel, president of the German football association DFB, now wants a closer scrutiny at the ticket. “We need the European football associations are going to talk about how we can better regulate,” said Grindel in magazine Kicker.
It was in Prague for about 200 fans who are misbehaving, of whom a number has been identified as a supporter of Dynamo Dresden. That would be the expressions in the direction of Werner, who plays forth archrival RB Leipzig, explain. “Their behavior has nothing to do with fancultuur to make,” said Grindel.
The Czech police have no arrests made. “I hear this now for the first time,” was a statement of a spokesman. He could not say whether there is an investigation going on. The UEFA has officially no investigation.
Germany won the match in Prague with 1-2 and put a major step towards the world cup.
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