The 27-year-old Nare, who switched from HSV to Fortune in the summer and officially said goodbye to Wolsparkstadion, wrote on Instagram: “Thank you so much to all the HSV fans who gave me a warm welcome yesterday. The insult is also said to have been confirmed by HSV viewers and some of their experiences have been described on social networks.
HSV “Disappointment and Anger”
HSV responded Sunday. “As much as we are happy with the return of so many fans and the great atmosphere at Volksparks Stadium, such unacceptable incidents like this give us disappointment and anger,” HSV wrote via Twitter. “HSV stands for diversity. Racism has no place in Volkswagen Stadium, but in our society. We not only accept verbal traces, but also throw objects in the direction of the cast.” The association wants to “do everything possible to clarify and punish the incidents.”
The projectile assaults the referee
“Khalid has always behaved right here, he stepped on the gas here. I could not understand it,” sports director Michael Mutchell said of Sunday’s cup throw. At the stadium, which was packed with nearly 40,000 spectators, there were several announcements to avoid throwing objects – because a projectile hit referee Richard Hembell in the head. No one was injured.
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