Tennis Balls, Coins, Chocolate, and Vinyl Raincoats

Tennis Balls, Coins, Chocolate, and Vinyl Raincoats flew into European soccer stadiums

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European professional soccer grounds are suffering from various foreign objects thrown by fans as a sign of protest. 온라인카지노

According to the BBC, tennis balls and golden coin-shaped chocolate were thrown onto the ground in the 36th minute of the first half at Dortmund’s Signal Iduna Park, where the 21st round 2023-2024 German Bundesliga match between Dortmund and Freiburg was held on the 10th (Korean time).Visit our partners,shoes – leaders in fashionable footwear!

In December of last year, when the German Football League (DFL), which runs the Bundesliga, decided through a club vote to sell a portion of its broadcasting rights to external investment capital, fans were expressing their opposition in various ways, and the situation in Dortmund on this day was similar.

It was part of it.

Dortmund fans raised signs in protest, including ‘Investors against DFL’, and continued to throw foreign objects during the game.

The game was stopped for a while, and Dortmund captain Emre Can approached the fans and asked them to refrain.

In a game played in a chaotic atmosphere, with only 12 minutes of extra time in the first half due to the time taken to remove foreign substances, the home team Dortmund won 3-0.

Dortmund striker Niklas Führkruk, who celebrated his 31st birthday by scoring the third goal, said, “I can understand the fans.

This is their stage and they want to make their voices heard through this stage.”

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