After Marseille riots: Injured Eintracht fan back in Frankfurt
Good news for Eintracht Frankfurt. The Eintracht fan, who was seriously injured in the riots at the Champions League game at Olympique Marseille, has now been brought back to Frankfurt.
Good news for Eintracht Frankfurt. The SGE fan, who was seriously injured in the riots at the Champions League game in Marseille, has now been able to return Frankfurt to be brought.
He reports that table football. The supporter was hit by a rocket in the neck on the sidelines of the Champions League game in Marseille and fell down a flight of stairs. With three broken ribs and a fractured cervical vertebra, the man who died at the riots had not been involved, stay in a hospital in Marseille for eight days. He had also lost a large amount of blood.
On Wednesday evening, the fan was flown back to Frankfurt and taken to an accident clinic for further treatment. In a video message, Eintracht captain Sebastian Rode wished him a speedy recovery on behalf of the team. The SBU hope "that you will feel better again quickly and that you will soon be able to celebrate with us again in the stadium". The riot in Marseilles called Rode an "absolute absurdity".
UEFA investigations are ongoing
What consequences Uefa from the incidents in the southern French port city is not yet certain. Currently running noisy table football Investigations in a total of nine cases. The federation's disciplinary committee accuses Eintracht fans of racist behavior (one fan is said to have shown the Hitler salute), throwing objects, setting off fireworks and damaging property.
Marseille supporters have also been accused of throwing objects and setting off firecrackers. In addition, the OM supporters have to answer for the use of laser pointers, riots and the blocking of escape routes.
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