Sport Leistner and HSV file an objection to the suspension at the DFB
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football professional Toni Leistner and Hamburger SV take action against the defender's suspension. The player and the second division team filed an objection to the sports court of the German Football Association (DFB) on Monday. The HSV confirmed this on request. The sports court had blocked Leistner for five competitive games - two of them on probation - and also imposed a fine of 8,000 euros on him.
The 30-year-old attacked a spectator in the stands after the DFB Cup match at Dynamo Dresden (1: 4), who had previously insulted him violently. In addition, the professional did not wear mouth and nose protection during the campaign, which means a violation of the DFB / DFL hygiene concept in the corona pandemic.
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Leistner was separated from his HSV colleagues, missed the season opener in the 2nd Bundesliga on Friday against Fortuna Düsseldorf (2: 1) and - contrary to expected - did not return to training on Monday as a precaution.
Leistner's lawyer Christoph Schickhardt had told the pay-TV broadcaster Sky on Sunday that the verdict could not be accepted and that the matter would be discussed verbally on site. Schickhardt and Leistner hope that the lock will be reduced.
DFB judge Hans E. Lorenz had however pointed out that for Leistner already mitigating circumstances had been taken into account. He explained this with the insults by the fan, but also with the fact that Leistner has not appeared in a sports court so far and regrets his misconduct. Lorenz also said: “The attack by a player on a visitor is a serious incident. Something like that cannot end in an acquittal. "
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