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The German League features Lustenau coach Herav

The German League features Lustenau coach Herav

The German League's Criminal Senate also has a hand in judging Luestenau coach Andreas Heraf.

After the 56-year-old Rapid legend got into a heated argument with a bullying fan following his SC Austria Lustenau duel at the Hütteldorfer Allianz (all info >>>), the incident in question has consequences.

As the Bundesliga announced on Monday evening, the Bundesliga's Criminal Senate has reported to the Vorarlberg coach.

“Based on the video recordings after the match against SK Rapid Wien, a complaint has been filed against Andreas Heraf (coach of SC Austria Lustenau) on suspicion of violation of Article 99 paragraph 1, letter d) (improper behavior towards players or other persons) of the Austrian Federation For football. Regulations on the administration of justice have been introduced,” explains the Bundesliga in a press release.

Hirav had already announced his remorse on Monday after the recordings became public (all information >>>).

The “red violators” go down lightly

Along with Dominic Fraser (TSV Hartberg), Pius Graber (SC Austria Lustenau) and Terence Kongolo (SK Rapid), there were three sending-offs on the final day of the Bundesliga match.

The German League also decided the extent of the punishment that will be imposed on the players who were expelled on Monday evening.

Fraser and Grabher, who were sent off with direct red cards, will be suspended for one match. Fraser hit his first Bundesliga player Thomas Giresse in the face with a high leg, while veteran Graber blocked Rapid's goal with his upper arm. Proceedings against Rapid assistant coach Thomas Krause have now been suspended.

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