I am unconvinced that the nationality of football fans has got anything to do with it. There is plenty of trouble in England at football matches, and a German mate of mine posted the following on Facebook recently after a St Pauli v Dynamo Dresden match. I've used google translate, which has struggled a bit with the idioms, but you'll get the jist.The friendly Scottish football fan is a misnomer. Ask the residents of Manchester after the uefa Cup final a few years back. Are you also completely dismissing the revolting anti British sentiment from those gopping Celtic scum ??
After the headlines "Dynamo fans riot after game end"
I want to, no I have to clarify the situation ... I can't leave it like that!
The heading should read:
"Angry dynamo fans are nasty home fans!"
I attended the game with my wife on a special day - Valentine's Day. Friday evening, floodlights, Millerntor, Dynamo runs into the stadium at "Hells Bells",
two traditional teams, two passionate fan camps ... an absolute highlight as a football romantic.
As I said, my wife wanted to accompany me on this day, it wasn't our first time at the Millerntor ... but what we experienced this time was just disgusting!
The fact that both fan camps do not like each other and exchange a few nice things every year is not nice, but is somehow part of it. I mean, making fun of each other is one thing ... with a certain level.
But mocking victims of the bomb war is impossible!
Mediocre! Spirit free!
We would like to say the following about the events:
During the entire second half, we were spat on, thrown at and insulted by the home fans to our left and above us in the guest block. I remember how my wife said to me:
"My God, where did you dig them up?"
Nice things were exchanged. I also shouted over: "Can you dance your name too ?!"
Our Ultras noticed that too, but pointed out to all of us why we are here ... because of the team!
Also someone splashed water in front of us in the home area. What the active fan scene immediately advised them not to do and to focus on the game!
The events at the end of the game then rolled over dramatically ... both on the grass and in the block. Immediately after the final whistle, empty cups flew from the home area directly above us, then cups filled with beer and then the summit ... cups filled with urine!
We could also see how black hooded people ran straight across the upper block. The whole situation was accompanied by "Nazi" calls and spitting ... both from the left and from above!
We saw a mug full of liquid hit the center of the guest block and hit a man with his son.
Then we heard someone shouting "This is piss" and the fans marched towards the home area. At this point it should be said: Violence is not a solution and we do not want to trivialize this, but understandable in our eyes the reaction was all times!
One cannot speak of a planned organized riot as is now portrayed in the media! Sure, these are nice pictures for the media when a fan kicks a folder in the back, but everyone who goes to the stadium, no matter what color they belong to, knows that a mob of 30-40 people never goes to the home and that Exposes yourself to risk to be injured or to be banned from the stadium if nothing serious has happened in advance! As well as this evening! Also, nobody believes that this reaction arises because of a few, disgusting and senseless stickers put into circulation! And when we read in various articles that we are a "shit club and shit fans" who "plays shit soccer", these people should ask themselves whether their security concept fits in advance!
Why are home fans placed directly above the guest block?
Why are there no fishing nets?
Why can masked people enter and leave this block when there are ticket controls in these areas?
Why doesn't a security service or the police intervene when objects fly from the home area into the guest area?
Why can individual confused people calmly urinate in beer mugs and throw them at other people without anyone preventing this?
Why can an entire grandstand call other people Nazis without knowing them? Why doesn't a stadium announcer intervene?
And a few questions remain about the police security concept.
At the guest exit to the left of the Jet petrol station, the so-called "Volksduschen" are ready, but to the right of the guest block subway station there is a mix zone for fans from both camps plus a massive police force, several hundreds, which suddenly tear off shortly after the flak tower, the entire street Towards the jet petrol station is full of police vehicles, but there is no official at the guest parking lot, which is made available to the guests for € 4?
Small groups of 4-5 young men in black and hooded came out of the side streets and hunted single departing dynamo fans who went to their cars there! Without any police presence!
Isn't a safe arrival and departure part of a football festival that Mr. Luhukay speaks about in the press conference after the game?
And that's what we're here for.
Again, violence is never the right answer, but the response was clear that evening!
Whoever sows the wind will reap the storm, they say!
And for us, who experienced these things on this special evening, it is unbearable that Dynamo Dresden is represented here as a riot club.
Cause and effect...
And also the so fine FC ST. PAULI should question whether the behavior of own supporters can be accepted in this way, the suggested Saubermann image is probably ridiculous!