Werder Bremen: Pyro problems! DFB decided against Niclas Füllkrug!

Bremen – The promotion celebration of SV Werder Bremen could have an unpleasant aftermath for striker Niclas Füllkrug. After the 2-0 victory against Jahn Regensburg, the 29-year-old could be seen cheering the fans in the eastern curve of the Weser Stadium with burning pyrotechnics in his hands. As the German Football Association (DFB) confirmed to the “Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung”, investigations have now been launched against the striker.

Nicla’s filling jug himself had joked shortly after the scenes and made the apology in a radio interview in Bremen with the words: “No, it was not me.” But the pictures had long been in the world, Werder Bremen Clearly identify goal scorers. Already during the game, pyrotechnics had been burned off again and again in the east basket, but also in Regensburg’s guest block. Werder then made several announcements in the arena to prevent further clouds of smoke – in vain. The scenes from Bremen are reminiscent of comparable events that took place in Düsseldorf almost exactly ten years ago.

At that time, Fortuna managed to advance to the Bundesliga against Hertha BSC in the relegation round. During the subsequent festivities, captain Andreas Lambertz and Maximilian Beister each had Bengalos celebrated by hand. Almost three months later, the case initiated by the prosecution was dropped for a payment of 4,000 euros each, and the DFB’s control committee imposed a ban on two games for Lambertz. Teammate Beister escaped without a time-out because he was outside the stadium pyrotechnics had cheered.

Werder Bremen: Niclas Füllkrug celebrates promotion with Pyro in the east basket – fine by DFB?

Should probably also now Werder Bremen and Nicla’s filling jug prepare for sanctions. At the request of DeichStube However, the club said briefly that they had not yet received anything official about this matter. And even if that should be the case in the near future, there will be no comments on the matter with reference to an ongoing process.

In the past, the club has been on several occasions DFB With fines been busy due to switched on fans. In the just concluded season, the club was sanctioned for a pyrotechnic offense in the first half of the season. At the time, Werder supporters had put on a big fire show with more than 60 items during the away game against Holstein Kiel. The game even had to be interrupted for a short time. Barely three months later it continued in Werder Bremen a fine of 40,830 euros from the DFB sports field. This still dropped to € 30,622 as a 25 per cent discount is currently being given during the pandemic due to financial losses due to lower viewing capacity. (mbu)

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After Pyro use in the east basket: DFB settled against Werder Bremen striker Niclas Füllkrug

Bremen – The Ascension Celebration of SV Werder Bremen could for attacker Nicla’s filling jug get an ugly aftermath. After the 2-0 victory against Jahn Regensburg, the 29-year-old could be seen cheering the fans in the eastern curve of the Weser Stadium with burning pyrotechnics in his hands. As the German Football Association (DFB) confirmed to the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, investigations have now been launched against the striker.

Nicla’s filling jug himself had joked shortly after the scenes, jokingly apologizing to himself in the Radio Bremen interview with the words: “No, it was not me.” But the pictures were long in the world, the scorer of it SV Werder Bremen to identify clearly. Even during the match, the Regensburg team was in the east basket, but also in the guest block again and again pyrotechnics been burned down.

Werder Bremen: Niclas Füllkrug celebrates promotion with Pyro in the east basket – fine by DFB?

Werder Bremen then came with several messages in the arena to prevent further clouds of smoke – in vain. In the past, the club has been involved in DFB several times fines been busy due to switched on fans. Now another sanction is threatened due to the filling jug incident. (mbü) Have you read it? Fights, mountains of rubbish and a ruined lawn – the result of Werder Bremen’s promotion party!

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