Second League relegated VfL Osnabruck is suspected of tax evasion. Also, the DFB Committee has launched a preliminary investigation due to the riots
Osnabruck (SID) - second division relegated VfL Osnabruck is suspected of tax evasion. Two days after the sporting failure in the play-offs against Dynamo Dresden the Office rooms of Lower Saxony, Germany, as well as the apartments of 18 players are been searched on Thursday of four investigators of the tax investigation Oldenburg. This reports the Neue Osnabrucker Zeitung in its Edition appearing on Friday.
During a tax audit, the tax office for the period 2006-2009 serious shortcomings to be established in the accounts. The professionals of the North German is expressly not investigating, they are regarded as witnesses.
In a first unofficial opinion the Osnabruck spoke of a completely covered procedures. On SID request an official declaration at a later date was announced.
Another affliction could threaten the VfL by the German Football Association. The DFB Committee announced Tuesday against Dynamo Dresden after the events at the relegation of Osnabruck (1: 3 AET) initiated a preliminary investigation and both clubs asked for an opinion.
Numerous guest fans had stormed the lawn when playtime is over and delivered scuffles with police and police forces. Additionally, there was physical damage in the stadium at the Bremen bridge. Followers of Osnabruck had also riots and trying to gain access to the VIP room. Due to the tense situation, referee Torsten Kinhofer from Herne the lot whistled at 16 seconds too soon.