Coach Jupp Heynckes of Bayer Leverkusen throws the German Football Federation (DFB) in connection with the "ghost game" for the FC St. Pauli for distortion of competition.
Leverkusen (SID) - coach Jupp Heynckes of Bayer Leverkusen throws the German Football Federation (DFB) in connection with the "ghost game" for the FC St. Pauli for distortion of competition. "This punishment is very, very extreme." "I would have liked, to move this lock in the next season and not to distort competition", said after the 2: 1 (0-0) his team against the neighborhood club Heynckes: "It would it worth thinking about a move." "It was indeed a like."
St. Pauli coach Holger Stanislawski took up the ball. "We want to be heard by the DFB." "We want to tell the DFB: for such an audience we can nothing", he said, adding: "One had from the effect in the handle out." The punishment weighs twice difficult for us. Yes, it is not our only concern. "Even before the DFB we must fight, until there is nothing more."
The Association had placed St. Pauli with a game behind closed of doors, after referee Assistant Thorsten Schiffner was hit during the duel with Schalke 04 (2-0) at the Millerntor of a beer mug in the neck. The punishment is to be completed on the 31 day in against the also abstiegsbedrohten North rivals Werder Bremen.
St. Pauli lodged an objection, and in the course of this week, it comes to the hearing before the DFB Sportgericht in Frankfurt/Main. Next instance would be the German Federal Court, otherwise the Club could call still standing Court of arbitration for associations and corporations of license leagues.