After the Bayreuth riot, Dynamo fans are now banned from traveling away? |
Dresden boss settles with his own followers
Dynamo Dresden shows a clear edge after the disgrace of Bayreuth! “There is no justification for what happened. That was sheer anarchy. Now new rules of the game have to be established. There must be no taboos,” says Dynamo’s Managing Director Jürgen Wehlend.
First consequence: for the away game in Essen there is no free ticket sales for the guest block.
Dynamo will probably even do without away fans altogether this year. Wehlend: “There are many indications that we won’t be going to Mannheim (October 29) and Wiesbaden (November 8, ed.) with fans.”
In addition, the club also sees an obligation to help SpVgg Bayreuth. There, among other things, a snack bar, several ticket booths and toilets were completely destroyed. Wehlend: “Perhaps it would be a contribution from the fans to say: We’ll come to Bayreuth and repair the damage.”
On Tuesday, the club wants to talk to the active fan scene about further concrete measures.
Among other things, a more stable safety net in front of the K-Block, digital video technology in the stadium, revision of the safety concept and the collection of work cards for fans (issued for the preparation of choreos) are planned.
Ultras distance themselves from violence
That could also be a step in the right direction: The ultras, the hard core of the fan scene, are now distancing themselves from the riots surrounding the Bayreuth game!
“As an active SGD fan scene, we would like to make it very clear: destroyed toilets, snack bars or even completely dismantled train compartments have absolutely nothing to do with our idea of fan culture at SG Dynamo Dresden,” says a statement.
Next: “This behavior is just stupid and antisocial and will not be tolerated in the future.” The planned special train for the 70th club anniversary next spring to Saarbrücken was canceled.
However, one thing is also certain: the Ultras still have power and influence. An insider to BILD: “Not a single rocket rises into the sky without your knowledge.”
Therefore, now perhaps the realization that we finally have to intervene ourselves. Because the storm of indignation among Dynamo fans has never been so great as after the bad incidents in Bayreuth.
The police in Upper Franconia have meanwhile set up the “Stadion” investigative commission to search for the perpetrators. She asks for your help. So it is asked to send photos or videos of the deeds. Witnesses can call 0921/5060.
Police are looking for photos and videos of Dynamo rioters
After the riots by dynamo chaos in Bayreuth, the Bavarian police switched on an information portal. The Kripo asks for photos and videos showing violent criminals in action in order to bring them to justice.
In addition to the destruction of a train, the Bayreuth police list a large number of criminal offenses (including serious breaches of the peace).
A journalist was attacked and two cameras were stolen from him. Police officers were attacked and objects were thrown at them. The rioters looted a snack stand and stole several thousand euros from the till. They also ignited i.a. two toilet containers and four mobile toilets.
Information to the police by phone: 0921 / 5060 or at www.medienupload-portal04.polizei.bayern.de