Canada After the riots in Dresden: "Now no one should criticize the fans flat rate"
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The Fan Research Harald Lange requires a careful work-up of riots - without populist fast shots.
On Sunday afternoon, Dynamo Dresden is stuck to the second football Bundesliga. The team scored against TurkGücü Munich 4: 0. Around the Dresden Rudolf-Harbig Stadium, the mood is loaded. Already during the game there are clashes between the police and 3000 to 5000 violent fans. 44 people must be medically supplied by the rescue workers, including eleven police officers. Dresden Police President Jörg Kubiesa speaks of "frightening scenes". Harald Lange, 52, is Professor of Sports Science at the Julius-Maximilians-University Würzburg One of his research is the topic of fan culture.
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Lord Lange, what do you say about the ?
What happened is to condemn. I too I am disappointed and appalled. If something happens to the extent and you can see the videos, you are of course shocked. Nevertheless, the escalation had suggested a bit in the past week, because the situation in Dresden addictedWhat do you mean exactly?
On Wednesday, the promotion game was relocated to Sunday, because on Saturday afternoon a "lateral thinking" demo was planned, which was banned early. Nevertheless, the police counted with many Lebonskern and wanted to avoid that both events run in parallel. This is quite comprehensible. The fans were not happy about the relocation. Some also felt put in a drawer with the leading core.
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police stimulates the laying of Dynamo Party at
The police encouraged a laying of the third ligament game of Dynamo Dresden against TurkGücü München next Saturday. From the point of view of the Police Directorate Dresden, the "the only appropriate, required and proportionate measure is to prevent a risk of infection catalyzing connection between the fans scene of the SG Dynamo Dresden and the trailers of the lateral thinking movement," said the police department on Tuesday. A milder means of achieving this goal is not available.
For a long time before kick-off, about 1100 police officers gathered around the stadium. Was that a wise measure?
High police presence and circular helicopters are always an unfortunate situation for the fans. However, the police certainly had information and good reasons for this decision. But:The fans may not be in the stadium for more than a year. How many emotions are stuck there? when the Dresden felt unfairly treated, the situation was similar to Brisant. At that time, however, the fans was left until the stadium and it stayed calm. However, applicable corona rules were definitely injured there. Nevertheless, the questions arise, which is why the procedure of the police was so different.
The football abstinence leads to alienation in most fans. Many pursue their favorite team only purist on television. But others, the frustration and longing is greater than ever. This was also found at the end of last year when many different fan camps accompanied the departure of their clubs to games.
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was the escalation on Sunday so only the top of the iceberg?
No. The events are absolutely serious, but they contradict the trend. Overall, violence in sports goes back significantly. In the context of the last twelve years, the escalation is already very unusual Dresden. Therefore, no one should criticize the fans flatly.The policy called for answers and concepts from the club the next day. .
The workup is important because it always serves prevention. We have to learn from it!g. It is tempting now as simple as possible, as the great police presence, or a simple culprit to present how the evil football fans present. But I hope that all participating resist now. It does not help anyone when Pingpong is now playing now, who is to blame. The club does not fault in this case. I believe that he has properly behaved.
The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada for Tuesday, May 25, 2021 .
The latest numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 8:30 p.m. ET on Tuesday May 25, 2021. There are 1,365,516 confirmed cases in Canada. Canada: 1,365,516 confirmed cases (47,866 active, 1,292,326 resolved, 25,324 deaths).*The total case count includes 13 confirmed cases among repatriated travellers. There were 2,506 new cases Tuesday. The rate of active cases is 125.95 per 100,000 people. Over the past seven days, there have been a total of 27,376 new cases. The seven-day rolling average of new cases is 3,911. There were 51 new reported deaths Tuesday. Over the past seven days there have been a total of 306 new reported deaths.