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DFB no longer pursues appeal against Hamburger SV and FC St. Pauli

The DFB Control Committee is not pursuing an appeal against two judgments in the hamburger SV and FC St. Pauli cases and justifies this with the current crisis. “The Corona pandemic is a special situation and places a heavy burden on many, including our clubs,” said Anton Nachreiner, chairman of the control committee. The two sports court rulings of 17 January are thus final, and the appeal was aimed at harsher punishment for the Hamburg clubs.

Since “the two clubs FC St. Pauli and Hamburger SV will already suffer heavy revenue losses due to the upcoming games without spectators, the control committee will not pursue the appeal,” Nachreiner explained. The DFB-Sportgericht had softened the verdicts against the clubs after incidents at the Hamburg derby in September 2019.

According to this, the clubs were only fined 140,000 euros (HSV) and 90,000 euros (St. Pauli) for the misconduct of their fans. In the single-judge proceedings, 200,000 and 120,000 euros were initially imposed. The two fan groups had ignited numerous rockets, firecrackers and Bengali fires, among others.

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