He is the man who is responsible for the renewed debate about hooliganism in Swiss football: Stefan N. Against the GC-trailer is determined, because he has urged on the last Saturday in Lucerne, presumably, the Grasshopper player, their jerseys to make.
In the course of the week, it became known that it has come in the last few years around Stefan N. to several violent incidents. He is not in the League, not the Unknown – also in Winterthur.
FCW issued a criminal complaint
As research shows, received Stefan N. already in 2004, a nationwide stadium ban, at that time he was already a GC fan and a member of the Zurich Hooligan scene. A year later, on 23. October 2005, attended N. nevertheless, a GC-Cupspiel on the Winterthur lawn Protect. The FCW was the home club, then request criminal trespassing.
Because of this and other crimes, Stefan N. finally, in 2009, the district court of Frauenfeld. The contempt for the stadium has been determined to ban, however, as the slightest offence. Stefan N. in 2005, was involved, as the Bernese-beat hockey hooligans in front of the Bern ice rink, with Fans from Lugano. And in 2007, he was involved together with other GC-Hooligans in a brawl with fans of FC Basel.
family in the car threatened
An incident with a number of questions remained at the time a dispute in Aadorf. Stefan N. had stopped together with three colleagues, distributed on two cars, another vehicle, in which a family from Bern sass. N. and his friends got out, but the family locked your car from the inside, and a family member began to call. The attackers retreated from there, and damaged, but the fender of the car.
Stefan N. was convicted of assault, trespassing and multiple trespassing and a fine of 7200 Swiss francs. 2400 francs, he had to pay immediately, for the remainder of a probationary period was set at four years. If it came in this trial to other offences is not known. The listing shows: Stefan N. was the authorities, not only since 2016 as a violent Hooligan, but for over a decade. (Editorial Tamedia)
Created: 17.05.2019, 12:28 PM