Fireworks and insults: Frankfurt fans behave in Mainz next to it.
The Frankfurt executives wanted to get the problem fans under control with an open dialogue. But the understanding course does not lead to the desired goal. It is time to make this clientele boundaries harder.
DThe specification with which Adi Hütter entered the match left little to be desired. The Eintracht coach wanted to "write history" in this new edition of the Rhine-Main Derby. Sportily, he and his family did not live up to their own standards: in the 16th attempt, there was no victory in Mainz either. The defeat – the third in a row in the Bundesliga – slipped the team in the table to tenth place.
The perspectives, which were so tempting after the performances against Leverkusen and Bayern a few weeks ago, have shrunk considerably. Eintracht is no longer capable of creating an aggressive pressing that puts the competition under pressure and leads to mistakes. At the moment, it is the Frankfurters who play their opponents in the cards. The sustained efforts made by the "English Weeks" have a destructive effect.
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