Federal Interior Minister Hans-Peter Friedrich wants to act against violence in football stadiums.Karen Millen Dresses
He warns fans: Should not it be reasonable, an abolition of the standing room was conceivable. From the clubs expected the CSU politician is a clear and consistent rules.
Goehren-Lebbin - There is a warning from the Federal Interior Minister Hans-Peter Friedrich (CSU) to the hooligans in football stadiums: He threatens the fans with the ban on standing areas. If this would not be reasonable, nothing remains but the issue of standing prohibition implement them, the CSU politician said at the beginning of the Interior conference on Wednesday in Mecklenburg-G?hren Lebbin.
In other European countries, such as the English Premiere League,Karen Millen they had taken this step already. "As a football fan, I hope that it does not like that in Germany as in other countries soon only seats available in the stadiums," said the CSU politician. Addressing the football supporters, he said, was crucial for all: "The fans have it in his own hands!"
Finally, it came in the relegation match between Hertha BSC Karen Millen Dress Berlin and the club Fortuna Dusseldorf to chaotic scenes. Fans lit firecrackers and over again, hundreds of people stormed before the final whistle on the game field.Karen Millen Dresses The Berliners were inserted because of incidents of protest against the score, but failed both before the sports court of the German Football Federation (DFB) and in the appeal before the Federal Court of DFB.
"The standing places are abolished"
Frederick also increased the pressure on the clubs: He expects that all 56 clubs in the first three football leagues, a consistent and clear set of rules and this would give nationwide transpose. It could be that some clubs and fan projects, the issue of security in stadiums would take very seriously, while others with a wink, "said a little pyrotechnics and fan culture" could go through. Before the end of the summer break to the clubs to submit a plan of action.
The Chief of the German Police Union (DPolG), Rainer Wendt, had already called for high fines for clubs and the abolition of standing room in the German stadiums. "The standing places are abolished, and increases the fences should be paid for the club 100,000 euros for every outrage," he said of the "New Osnabrück newspaper".
Earlier, Frederick had already openly shown to thrust, hooligans to control it with the help of electronic shackles. If an agreement with Justice Minister Sabine Leutheusser-Schnarrenberger possible through a change in the law would be that he was wholly in favor of such action. Attorney General Harald Range shackles had suggested as a way to prevent rioters from stadium visits.