Supporters of the SC Preussen Münster football club reacted to a racist incident with a clear signal. When the third division team played against the Würzburg kickers, a Prussian fan, according to the club, had made monkey lute towards the Würzburg player Leroy Kwadwo and insulted him. The surrounding fans pointed to the caller so that he could be found and arrested. “Nazis out” chants were heard in the stadium.
The club thanked the fans on their website for their behavior. “As repulsive as the monkey sounds were against the player, so
the subsequent reactions of the other spectators were impressive,
that not only pointed to the perpetrator and him for the law enforcement officers
made recognizable, but with unmistakable Nazi calls out
strong anti-racist attitude of the Prussian fans and the Munsterers
made it clear “, it said there.
Association apologizes to Kwadwo
The club apologized to Kwado for the insult. It is one of the “foundations of SC Preussen Münster and its supporters, clearly and clearly against
any form of discrimination and exclusion – be it because of the
Skin color, religious belief, gender or otherwise
Orientation – to provide, “it said in the statement. The association would” none of that
According to a report by Westphalian news Kwadwo thanked the Münster fans after the game. “I have more of these on the Internet
Read things but didn’t think it would hit me. Unfortunately
there will always be such idiots, “the newspaper quotes the 23-year-old Münster newspaper reports that the perpetrator is now threatened with a stadium ban in addition to an advertisement. The Würzburg Kickers emphasized the reaction of the spectators and the club. “Nobody in Germany should tolerate such a thing, said Kickers coach
Michael Schiele after the game. “We say thank you
the audience, how the reaction was. ”
The game ended in a goalless draw.
Most recently there was a racism incident in the DFB Cup match between FC Schalke 04 and Hertha BSC. On February 4, Schalke fans insulted Hertha professional Jordan Torunarigha. Schalke was then fined € 50,000.