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For Borussia Dortmund’s director Michaels director Michael Zorn, the insults against referee Felix Player Unfortunately at the moment the Zeitgeist.
It was least to be seen in politicians and even in virology, which just have given their scientific opinion, which may not fit some people, Zorn said at the pay-TV transmitter Sky addressed to the reports From Player about infants according to its controversial role in the top game of BVB against FC Bayern (2: 3) last December.
The Internet is an anonymous forum that gives a room for such opinions and idiotic insults, Zorn said. He also expressed that murder threats in no way tolerate or justifying.
Player had reported that he received numerous hate news and wrote him the Berlin police, that a murder threat against me exists on the internet.
Player currently not active
The referee is not active at the moment, he had been severely criticized after the top game of the Dortmund. BVB-Jungtar Jew Bellingham had a verbally attacked 40-year-old. The Englishman had accused Player in allusion on the 17-year-old scandal around Robert Holder indirectly corrupt.
At that time we expressed our disappointment over the performance of Felix Player, said Zorn, who does not see a sense in a conversation between Player and Bellingham. What should the 18-year-old Jew Bellingham comment in such a conversation, Zorn asked. But we as Borussia Dortmund would always stand for a conversation, that’s clear.