Two days after the scandalous incidents in Lucerne of the Swiss Football League (SFL) has drawn the consequences. The League condemned the behaviour of the persons from the sector of the Grasshopper Club Zürich in the strongest possible terms, and draws them appropriately accountable. Immediately after the cancellation of the match between Lucerne and GC last Sunday, the SFL requested the authorities, the police, to identify those 57 persons who had entered the field of play. Against all stadium bans should be made.
"thanks to the excellent cooperation, the League is already Tuesday in the possession of the necessary personal details and the first stadium could impose bans," writes the SFL in a media release. The first sanctions relate to those two persons who had attacked a GC player physically. Be punished, but also three additional trailers had to walk on the grass.
excluded varies The duration of stadium bans in accordance with the SFL between three and five years. You enter immediately into force and will apply across the country for all games of the two highest classes in the football and ice hockey. More people also sanctions are likely to follow.
"It is our duty towards all peaceful football fans, to show those people with a long-term stadium bans, the interfere aware of the smooth running of the championship and not to our rules," says Claudius Schäfer, CEO of the Swiss Football League. "Special, shocking, the physical and verbal attack against a dark-skinned player. Against racist ways of thinking and any kind of discrimination, we must act all together, vehemently."
Created: 14.05.2019, 18:37 PM