"Such "Fans" we will not tolerate it in our stadium." The President of the sport club Kriens, Werner Baumgartner reacts to the behavior of the GC Fans from the Sunday in Lucerne. And the President of FC Rapperswil-Jona, Rocco Delli Colli, with its best team, as the Kriens in the second highest football League engaged, says about the GC-Ultras: "this is Exactly how you must behave, you want to drive a provincial Club in the Ruin."
Both of the soccer President, are concerned at the next football championship – at least when it comes to the home games against GC. Baumgartner says: "We have an annual budget of 1.5 million Swiss francs. We are committed to providing Fans with the Bus at the train station in Lucerne to pick up and to lead us into the stadium. For the security of costs in the stadium and also outside by the police, we have to pay. And in the worst case, we need to keep the new infrastructure in the stadium smash."
he won't do it. Rather, a non-compete with any Forfeit defeat, be considered. "When I read that, GC has next year a Budget of 19 million, we will be running but, with a ten times smaller Budget, for the expenses of their Fans in our stadium would have to pay, then something is fundamentally wrong," says Baumgartner. The emotions, they also went high on the day after the "shame of Lucerne".
Wrap up and keep?
But why, actually, the Lucerne police remained inactive, after a group of 30 Ultras from the manageable collection of 350 GC supporters broke? Why put the police "in such chaotic times" and retains you up to on Monday evening? Then those that have a Problem that does not appear in the training or the workplace. Such questions and opinions expressed Annoyed and uninvolved in discussions and Online forums.
We confronted the Competent at the Lucerne police. Spokesman Christian Bertschi: It is always a question of proportionality, which must be determined, such as the police previous. "Our first mission was to protect the innocent bystanders, as well as footballer and officials in front of an Assault by persons from the GC-fan." In addition, the police wanted to prevent people from the guest sector to be able to get on the field and in the cabins. "The job of maintaining security, we have met."
A repressive approach would have been, according to Bertschi to the discussion, if more people would come to the playing field. "Then we would have intervened. But we wanted to support the escalating work to the stadium folder."
What is called the GC-Ultras performed, the Lucerne Prosecutor's office on the Plan. They announced yesterday afternoon an investigation into the alleged coercion. They investigated was a criminal offence, to up to three years in prison or a fine. Associated with massive threats Hooded part, were the GC and other players, the jerseys off. According to Bertschi, the police has secured for further investigation by the prosecution evidence, including video recordings. "Our work in this case is more."
If the anarchists from Sunday can also perform next season in the Challenge League the like, is thus questionable. The managing Director of FC Winterthur, Andreas Mösli. "We are pleased to be here in the first place on the big names of the GC," he says. The Poster of David against Goliath is good for both the Club and League. You'll get audience and a higher media attention degree than usual. Naive in safety, that you are not questions, therefore, in Winterthur. You will make the necessary assessment of the situation in the run-up to the games.
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The St. Gallen police looks forward to the Games against GC, meanwhile, is left. The Canton is represented in Rapperswil-Jona with Wil in the second highest League. Need a new, separate location prior to each game assessment to measure the correct Force, says police spokesman Hanspeter Krüsi. Around the table, would be evaluated by the club, the fan culture, history, and announcements in social media. Such assessments are nothing Special. In the Challenge League, it is as a rule less than in the Super League. Conceivable is, that those not in the province travelled to, more to the riots than soccer. The same sounds at the Schaffhausen police, the next season will be in demand in the game FC Schaffhausen against GC.
The balance sheet of Werner Baumgartner from SC Kriens, despite a Mini-Budget this Cup represented the season successfully in the quarter-final against FC Zürich, remains sobering. Year-long discussions and agreements in the framework of the Hooligan concordat had brought nothing, he says. The Clubs, the League and the police would have to pull together and work together. These are not likely to tolerate Violence any longer. And the President of Rapperswil, Delli Colli, writes: "they Who would give up their freedoms voluntarily, makes it so the GC Fans on Sunday in Lucerne."
Created: 13.05.2019, 22:23 PM