According to the 2:1 win over Eintracht Frankfurt in the Europa League for Lazio to have been taken “to the 15 people” from the Frankfurt supporters. The Roman police informed. She also stated to have fireworks and drugs were seized.

a Total of around 9000 Traveling from Frankfurt in the stadium, of which approximately 400 were classified as “problem fans”. The police had ordered increased security measures, such as a ban mile around the Arena, personalized Tickets and a ban of alcohol sales.

However, it should be already ahead of the game in the centre of Rome to incidents, such as a group of Eintracht-Fans in a supermarket to be penetrated, and food and alcohol was stolen. Several places in the city had been soiled.

clashes between the Roman and the Hessian of the problem fans have been reported from the vicinity of the Colosseum. “In Rome, we like to receive Fans, but no Hooligans,” said mayor Virginia Raggi. “Beasts of this kind to stay at home.” Raggi said in a television Interview with the broadcaster La7 of the “beast”, which can mean animal or beast.

“no good image”

After clashes with the police five supporters of Eintracht had been arrested. The trial, in Frankfurt from the Block of the Lazio Fans, should be answered with the Ignition of smoke bombs and firecrackers. Also during the game, the Frankfurt Fans lit fireworks, the police marched in the interior. A Concord trailer was arrested while trying to enter the.

“We have delivered a good picture,” said Concord Executive Board member Axel Hellmann. “A small group takes the game to lead their private dispute with Lazio.” This would have damaged the image, the spread of the Frankfurt fan scene internationally. “The harm to Eintracht Frankfurt. This saddens me very much, that makes me sad,” said Hellmann.

Both the arrested rioters as well as the Association likely face fines for the incidents. Hellmann announced that the Association will work on the Problem: “We will never get out from the stadium. But we need to work together to ensure that these forces are not able to let off steam.”


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