Sports German sports director Moscards ensures racist scandal in time trial
man for online insult English national player arrested
Manchester. The English police arrested a man because of the racist insults compared to three English nationalists. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Johnson demands penalties against companies and stadium bans for fans. © Jon Super set a sign against racism: Englishman in front of a Rashford mural. Because he has presumed a criminal-relevant insult against players of the English football national team into the grid, a man in Manchester was arrested on Wednesday.
54-year-old suggests verbal derailment
"Get the camel drivers, get the camel drivers, come," he called Nikia's Arndt during the race. In front of Arndt, the Eritreer Amanuel Ghebreigzabhier and the Algerian Azzedine Lagab went to the track in the fight against the clock. Mosters apologically followed a little later at the German Press Agency: "I stood in the food and have cheered Nikias Arndt. In the zeal of battle and with the overall load, which we currently have here, I have emphasized myself in the wording infinity, I can only sincerely ask for apology. I did not want to discredit nobody. "
"We have many acquaintances with North African roots." (Patrick Moster)
Moscards then stressed: "We have many acquaintances with North African roots, as I said, I'm sorry." The German Olympic Sports Confederation announced a reaction. "The Team D stands respect, fair play and tolerance for compliance with the Olympic Values and lives in all its sporting competitions," said Dosb President Alfons Hörmann. "It is important that Patrick Moster has apologized immediately after the competition. We will still seek the personal conversation today and work up the situation."
Lewis Hamilton: Red Bulls statements have fueled mood .
© Motorsport Images Lewis Hamilton looked at Hungary Some infestations after the numerous boards and infants against his person Lewis Hamilton has blamed the Red Bull Team the aggressive mood Given and the racing team prompted to reflect its own behavior and to draw personal consequences. Hamilton was already being loud in Hungary after qualifying loudly, and there was a poster against the British, which was alleged to stood in Silverstone on the accident with Max.