Since the FC Stern Munich had filmed the game in the district class duel with SVN Munich II, a player from the visiting team was subsequently suspended for assault.
Nothing escapes the camera: The assault of a SVN Munich II player had an aftermath in front of the sports court.
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In the two highest German professional leagues there has been video evidence for four and two years respectively. No offense escapes the Cologne cellar, red-worthy offenses are sanctioned on the spot. As a result, subsequent bans, which were common in the Bundesliga until 2017 after studying TV pictures, have become blatant exceptions. Something like this is a blatant exception in amateur football, too, but “Merkur” wrote a story from the Munich 5 district class, which is exactly such a case.
Specifically, it was about the following scene: Izzet Akyüz from FC Stern Munich wanted to prevent SVN Munich II’s quick execution of a free kick in the 48th minute of the 5th matchday on September 19. The shooter did not find the courageous jump in front of the shooter’s legs funny, an argument developed in which Akyüz saw red at the end because of an insult. However, the referee missed the fact that Akyüz was grabbed in the face by the opposing player during the tumult. But outside the camera was running, the FC Stern sent the video to the district sports court, which subsequently blocked the SVN actor for assault. First, by injunction, because the actual negotiation is still pending, but at least he had to watch the last two games.
Opposite the “Merkur” one looks contrite at SVN, since when the video evidence in football If, while at FC Stern the sense of justice was given, according to the motto our player gets red because of an insult, our player gets red because of an insult, the other one has to Players will also be banned for assault “.
The speakers of the Bavarian Football Association (BFV) do not want to comment on the pending proceedings – after all, the objection period against the ban is still running – but points out that this precedent undermines the factual decision of the referee, because he finally has the Assault recorded on video simply not seen.