Sport Zwayer to Bellingham Statement: "Violative and disrespectful"

23:46  07 december  2021
23:46  07 december  2021 Source:   kicker.de

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Felix Zwayer has expressed itself to Jude Bellingham's a variety of discussed TV criticism - and wants to seek the conversation with the BVB midfielder.

Nicht einer Meinung beim BVB-Heimspiel gegen Bayern: Jude Bellingham (re.) und Felix Zwayer. © Imago Images / Norbert Schmidt Not an opinion at the BVB home game against Bavaria: Jude Bellingham (Re.) And Felix Zwayer.

referee hopes for apology from BVB Professionals

With a sophisticated Hoyzer allusion, Jude Bellingham had expressed his frustration about the performance of Felix Zwayer after the Dortmund 2: 3 defeat against Bavaria. That the DFB Sports Court occupied the BVB-Youngster on Tuesday with a fine, however, the referee is not enough.

Bellingham suggests referee's past history played role in Bayern defeat

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"I want to clarify this in a personal conversation with Jude Bellingham and have offered such a personal conversation to Borussia Dortmund," said Zwayer on Tuesday the "picture". "I'm not concerned with punishment, but about the insight that he has gone too far. I would accept a sincere apology."

Zwayer About Bellingham's question: "That should not stop"

Bellingham's allusion is still annoying Zwayer. "The statement deliberately arouses the wrong impression, I would not have led the game to the best of our knowledge and conscience. She is personally, mutually and disrespectful. Even if you put yourself in the subjective perspective of emotions, the statement remains away from any professional or factual criticism. "

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 ZORC About Zwayer: Even on the day after that, the Dortmunder trouble was no smoky over the 2: 3 in the top game. BVB sports director Michael Zorc choked referee Felix Zwayer "Missing Balance". © imago images applied to Saturday night: BVB sports director Michael Zorc. also BVB sports director is applied How many other Dortmund also annoyed Zorc especially the weak performance of referee Zwayer (kicker-grade 5.5) at the 2: 3 home defeat against recordmaster Bayern Munich.

Bellingham's final question "What do you expect?" has for Zwayer even "offensive and slanderous character. That must not stop." He also deals with "the radiance on the referees and referees in the amateur sector" and "the refusal in dealing with all referees - also me - off the square". Finally, "behind each referee, player and coach a person with emotions and a background as well as their families". "

Zwayer: "I never involved in a game manipulation"

Zwayer had been blocked in 2006 by the DFB Sports Court for six months, among other things, because he should not have not reported the "game manipulations", and to have accepted money from Scandal Robert Robert Hoyzer. Now the referee clears again: "I never participated in a game manipulation and that has never been claimed by official body."

Because: "The sports court expressly stated that there is no 'proof' for 'with manipulation intention of sports' decisions 'and that I have resisted actual participation in the game manipulations (...)'," said Zwayer. "I made the mistake as a young man, not immediately, but only after a long consideration to indicate an incident. That was wrong and I have been punished for this. But it must be good."

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