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Frankfurt fans mix up the "Querdenker" demo at Marienplatz - the police have to move out


Eintracht Frankfurt fans took part in a “Querdenker” demo in Munich at the weekend. In the end, the police even had to move out.

Eintracht Frankfurt fans attended a “Querdenker” demo in Munich at the weekend.

In the end, the police even had to move out.

Munich – For FC Bayern, the top game in the Bundesliga on Saturday evening, January 28th, was no reason to celebrate.

Despite the lead, it was only enough for a 1:1 in the end, which does not necessarily ensure calm for the autumn champions.

For the guests from Frankfurt, on the other hand, the point in Munich will certainly remain in good memory.

The traveling fans from Hesse ensured the usual good atmosphere during the game in the arena, but this time they also drew attention to themselves off the pitch: in the middle of the city on Marienplatz.

FC Bayern top game: Frankfurt fans mingle with the Marienplatz demo – the police have to move out

As has been the norm for many months, a demonstration by the “lateral thinker movement” took place there.

This time, the topics of the protest were the WHO (World Health Organization) or the European Central Bank (ECB) and of course the corona pandemic and its consequences.

As reported by


, the so-called "lateral thinkers" were not alone this time.

Eintracht Frankfurt fans really mixed up the demo and even caused a small police operation.

According to the report, the fans, some equipped with beer bottles, gathered at Marienplatz and chanted against the protesters.



quotes the chants with passages like "Shut up!".

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Bundesliga top game: Eintracht fans burst into Marienplatz demo – “lateral thinkers” call the police

However, the demonstrators are said not to have let this sit on them for long: “We will not let you slobs provoke us.

Boost yourself and register us as heirs,” a spokeswoman is quoted as saying through the microphone.

In the heat of the moment, the protesters are said to have tried to talk to the football fans, who, however, vehemently refused.

A fan is said to have even picked up the microphone at the event to emphasize that Frankfurt had nothing to do with the lateral thinkers.

Then two patrol cars are said to have moved out to calm the fray.

The event is said to have ended shortly thereafter.

Source: merkur

All news articles on 2023-01-30

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