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St. Pauli President Divine for immediate point deduction after riots

President Oke Göttlich of the second division football club FC St.

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St. Pauli President Divine for immediate point deduction after riots

President Oke Göttlich of the second division football club FC St. Pauli has brought point deductions for the respective clubs into play as a possible sanction for serious riots by fans. “The financial damage is no longer enough. You can tell that it doesn't work as a border there. Maybe it's the immediate point deduction that you have to discuss internally when limits are crossed," said the 47-year-old on Sunday evening in "Sportclub" on NDR television.

A few hours earlier, at least one steward and one St. Pauli supporter had been injured in the riots by FC Hansa Rostock fans in the stands in the game at FC St. Pauli (0-1).

"We in the DFL have to talk about how we can counter such transfers in any way," said Göttlich, who is also a member of the Executive Committee of the German Football League. "We have noticed - and this is not only the case with FC St. Pauli or Hansa Rostock, but also with many clubs - that a certain clientele is no longer responsible in any way." In many stadiums it is in the last ones It has gotten a lot worse over the past few months, said the head of the neighborhood club.

Hansa Rostock's CEO Robert Marien also sees a limit being crossed in the fan events. “We accumulated massive penalties. You have to discuss that. But I don't want to focus on the financial issue today, because today there was violence at play, in a form that crossed a red line," he said. A total of around 3,000 Hansa fans came to the Millerntor Stadium.

The fears of the northern duel, classified as a high-risk game, were confirmed at least after the half-time break. Because pyrotechnics were ignited and firecrackers were thrown in and out of the fan block of the guests from Rostock, the game was started ten minutes late after the break.

The Hamburg police have meanwhile drawn a positive balance of their efforts in the high-risk game between FC St. Pauli and Hansa Rostock (1-0). "In particular, through a consistent separation of the two fan groups, the police successfully managed a difficult operation," it said in a statement. According to the police, several investigations have been initiated. The offenses included bodily harm, property damage in the stadium and the subways, and the burning of pyrotechnics. Four officers suffered minor injuries. The personal details of two suspects were identified.

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