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Sport Real trouble between Bremen and Frankfurt: "Has little to do with level"

02:20  27 february  2021
02:20  27 february  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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The Friday evening game between Bremen and Frankfurt was already a heated affair on the pitch. After the game ended, the emotions really boiled up.

Waren sich nach am Freitagabend nicht besonders grün: Werder Bremen und Eintracht Frankfurt. © Getty Images Were not particularly green after Friday evening: Werder Bremen and Eintracht Frankfurt.

The TV cameras not only caught an argument between Werder coach Florian Kohfeldt and Frankfurt's sports director Bruno Hübner while walking into the cabins, but also - just a few meters behind - a similar encounter between Martin Hinteregger and Niclas Füllkrug. The SGE defender and the Werder striker were even violent.

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"I got the impression that the Bremen team were after Hinteregger," said Frankfurt coach Adi Hütter at the press conference after the game. "Especially jug after he came in." His counterpart Kohfeldt replied: "You have to be aware that if the players choose words beforehand, a certain tension arises."

Kohfeldt was not more specific, the obvious interpretation behind it: Hinteregger verbally attacked Werder striker Davie Selke, who sat on the bench against Frankfurt for over 90 minutes, in the podcast "Eintracht vom Main" last September. The statements had been picked up by many media in the run-up to the game, and Werder's licensed player manager Clemens Fritz had also commented on it.

"That has little to do with level." - Frankfurt trainer Adi Hütter on the behavior of Bremer Bank

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However, the scraps in Bremen did not fly after the final whistle. It was already very heated on the field in the final phase, among other things, referee Robert Hartmann had distributed three yellow cards after a heated pack formation, and shortly afterwards SGE coach Hütter, otherwise known for his calm, was hit.

"I'm never really proud to get a yellow card," the Austrian confessed. "But if you try to stand on the sidelines with calm and sovereignty for 75 minutes, your collar bursts. It's always special here and I let myself be infected a little bit. I was annoyed about certain things." Certain things, by which Hütter probably meant not only the feud between Füllkrug and Hinteregger, but also the behavior of the Werder Bank. "That has little to do with level," he criticized.

Kohfeldt criticizes Frankfurt: "You have to be able to lose with decency"

When asked about these allegations, Kohfeldt turns the tables. "We've had very relaxed home games lately," he said. "Today came the Eintracht and it boils up. The Eintracht has to ask itself why it is always like this with them. They are playing an outstanding season - and you have to be able to lose with decency from time to time."

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