Jude Bellingham appears to be threatened with a harsh penalty from the German Football Association after his harsh criticism of referee Felix Zoer’s performance in the league match against Bayern Munich. Former national team player Didi Hamann has asked Borussia Dortmund to think about the future of central defender Mats Hummels. There is news about BVB here.
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BVB, news: Bellingham faces fines and suspension – police confirm criminal charges
Jude Bellingham appears to be threatened with a harsh penalty from the German Football Association after his harsh criticism of referee Felix Zoer’s performance in the league match against Bayern Munich.
Superintendent Marco Hussey has filed a criminal complaint against the young BVB player following allegations of “insult, gossip and defamation” by Bellingham.
The Englishman played after the match on the Norwegian TV presenter Viaplay This statement caused an uproar in the controversial scenes with the phrase: “What would you expect if you broadcast the biggest match in Germany to a referee who was already involved in match-fixing?” The DFB Monitoring Committee is already investigating.
There was already a similar situation in the Bundesliga in 2014/15. At the time, Wolfsburg star Kevin De Bruyne insulted a ball boy from Eintracht Frankfurt and then fined him €20,000 for “unsportsmanlike behavior in the form of grossly unsportsmanlike behaviour”. This punishment must be noisy kicker To be the maximum in the Bundesliga and thus also threaten Bellingham.
In the first step, Bellingham has now been asked to comment, and only then will a decision be made on the further progress of the proceedings. Dortmund police confirmed that they had received a criminal complaint. “For the examination of criminal responsibility, this will be submitted to the attorney general,” spokesman Gunnar Furtmann said. SID Monday.
In addition, there may be a high probability of blocking. The German Football Association’s legal and procedural rules provide for a ban of up to six months for unsportsmanlike behaviour. However, with Bellingham making his comments after the match, the penalty could be reduced, according to the report.
BVB, news: Top attorney encourages Bellingham
Sports lawyer Christoph Sheckhart also spoke after Judd Bellingham’s comments and examined the legal side of the data in more detail.
Sheckhart explained and drew Zwer takes responsibility: “Anyone who hires something like Zuwer has to live with it.”
Bellingham was alluding to the 2005 football betting scandal. Zuer was one of the Berlin referees who brought down former referee Robert Heuser with his comments. Zuer defended, “It was typical minor misconduct of young people. He was too weak to stand up for himself at the time. He had long since served his reasonable sentence and had been re-socialized,” explaining that it was a cheek to tell this story to be recalled once Another 15 years later.
BVB, News – Hamann: BVB should consider Hummels
Didi Hamann, a former national team player, asked Borussia Dortmund after the big league match against Bayern Munich to think about the future of central defender Mats Hummels: “Of course he is a character that Dortmund have to look at intensely from week to week and sooner or later. They need a second defender. “.
Hummels was the weakest player in the Eredivisie on Saturday night and deserved the decisive goal and penalty kick. “He acted unhappy because he’s no longer the fastest, and we know that,” Hummels said, “Hammels said he lost an ongoing duel against Thomas Muller before the 1-1 draw.
For the remainder of the season, Hamann took the national player under protection: “I think he made up for it even here, at that age.” Hummels also have “serious problems” with the knee and so is no longer in rhythm.
Borussia Dortmund: upcoming matches
|Tuesday December 7, 9:00 pm||Champions League||Besiktas (home)|
|Saturday December 11th at 3:30 pm||Bundesliga||VFL Bochum (A)|
|Wednesday 15th December at 8:30 pm||Bundesliga||SpVgg Greuther Fürth (home)|
|Saturday 18th December at 6.30pm||Bundesliga||Hertha Berlin (abroad)|
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