Vereinwerk anti-violence offensive
Munich – beatings, paramedics police: At the end of October, the events escalated after an A-class game in Solln. Several players from ESV München II attacked footballers from TSV München-Solln II. And got Niek K. in the mangle. With bruises on his face and a concussion, paramedics took him to the hospital after the attack. The police recorded reports of dangerous bodily harm and threats on the sports field.
Munich: Beat footballers want to challenge the sentence – ESV Munich is dealing with expulsion
But who struck? The district sports court in Munich has now apparently finally clarified this question – five weeks after the incident. And according to information from Fußball Vorort, a judgment was made: 22 and 24 months ban for violent athletes from ESV Munich.
“The players do not agree,” says ESV department head Andreas Hinmüller, “they will probably try to reduce the penalty.” Whether they succeed is actually irrelevant for the football boss: “In the end it makes no sense if they will stay at the club. ”Immediately after the incident, he announced that he would close the players from the club if their guilt was confirmed.
“We have to draw conclusions”: ESV Munich does not simply tick off the violent incident
“It was a tough time. Very difficult and stressful “, reports Hinmüller about the last few weeks. Now he has talks with the two violent players. But he doesn’t want to lose sight of the rest of the team for the time being.
“We have to ask ourselves: How does something like this come about? How can you prevent something like this from happening again? “, He says,” We will now accompany the team and plan anti-aggression training. Something like that shouldn’t happen. We have to draw conclusions. ”With the ruling of the district sports court, the case is far from being ticked off internally at ESV Munich. “We’re not putting the lid on it and it’s good, Hinmüller announces, I’ve made that clear to the team.” (Moritz Bletzinger)