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Dynamo Dresden: Dozens of stadium bans due to riots

2021-10-11T16:28:05.231Z

Second division soccer club Dynamo Dresden imposed dozens of stadium bans on those involved after the riots in the last game of last season. In a public hearing of two committees of the Dresden city council, Jürgen Wehlend, commercial director of the club, recorded on Monday that there had been a total of 102 corresponding applications for bans by the beginning of September.



Second division soccer club Dynamo Dresden imposed dozens of stadium bans on those involved after the riots in the last game of last season.

In a public hearing of two committees of the Dresden city council, Jürgen Wehlend, commercial director of the club, recorded on Monday that there had been a total of 102 corresponding applications for bans by the beginning of September.

Dresden - In 80 percent of the closed cases, bans were issued, in 19 cases waived, some are still open.

Exclusion proceedings would run against eleven members of the association.

Dynamo Dresden condemn the riots in the strongest possible way, said Wehlend.

The affected home game of the then third division team Dynamo Dresden against Türkgücü Munich (4-0) took place on May 16 without fans due to the corona pandemic.

Thousands of people had gathered in the nearby Großer Garten to celebrate Dresden's promotion to the 2nd Bundesliga.

During the game, more than 500 violent fans attacked police officers with massive pyrotechnics.

185 emergency services were injured according to the police.

There were also numerous injured Dynamo fans.

The police arrested 40 rioters.

The level of violence caused horror.

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At the public hearing, the then head of police operations, Hendrik Schlicke, also explained what had happened using video recordings from a police helicopter. When planning the operation, it was not assumed that violence could occur. In the second half, "coordinators" got the fans up with a score of 3-0. Then officials and police vehicles were attacked by a larger group with pyrotechnics, bottles and stones. Water cannons and irritant gas were used to free a group of officials trapped by troublemakers.

Many fans would have perceived the police action differently because they did not even notice the starting point - the attack on the officers, said Roland Beć from the Dresden Fan Project Association.

For them, the backlash from the officials "seemed out of the blue".

At the same time, he admitted that there was "complete disinhibition" later.

Beć was convinced that a different course on this day would have been possible.

Maybe you should have let the fans right in front of the stadium.

dpa

Source: merkur

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