To the upcoming home game on Sunday (15.30, live! At potential perpetrators) against Bayer 04 Leverkusen is to be installed, among other things, additional video technology can be installed, with the potential perpetrators could be determined better and faster by means of high-resolution images.
However, after intensive discussion and consideration of all perspectives introduced, they have decided to impose a complete beaker ban on the grandstands as a kind of collective penalty. This was announced by the VFL on Wednesday. However, the association emphasized that in the future, each recognizable misconduct is consistently pursued and communicated to the Stadium Bedding Commission “.
The club will communicate around the home game against Leverkusen information, which go more closer to the points “Fankulture, Civil Courage, Respectful Handling”. “There is another need for the urgent appeal to the Bochum fans, the stadium experience as such also appreciate and protect. The fan culture includes banners and the loud support of their own team. Definitely not this belongs to beakers or other objects as well as anticipation of opposing Team, “said the Bochumer in an opinion.
Parliament of suspects raised
During the Bundesliga batch in mid-March between Bochum and Borussia Mönchengladbach, referee assistant Christian Ggantmann had been hit by a beer mug by the head. The broken encounter was now considered 2-0 for Gladbach. The DFB Sports Court will decide on sanctions for the Bochumer at a later date.
Last Thursday, the prosecutor’s law raised charges against a 38-year-old suspect due to dangerous personal injury.