Bundesliga Record that Hopp invests in the medical fight
H ansi Flick, coach of Bayern Mnich, wanted to send from the Hoffenheim press room a dourimous message to all those fans of Bayern Mnich who showed a banner against Dietmar Hopp.
"I've known Dietmar Hopp for 20 years. I'm sorry for what happened here. For one thing, because he has done a lot for this region. But also because each one of those ' Idiots "who raised those banners have at least one person in their family who has been helped by Dieter Hopp. Through the fight against cancer or generally because of the things that Dieter Hopp supports in the medical fight. They should think about what they are doing. It is something that is not possible. We must remain together as we did in the end. Both teams, "said the technician.
Flick was one of the first to come from the bench to the place where they were showing the banners to recriminate their attitude. The coach didn't move I spoke the language and called all of them "idiots."
The president of the Bayern Mnich Board of Directors, Karlheinz Rummenigge, declared this Saturday "embarrassed by the behavior" of a group of ultras from the bvaro club they deployed posters against Hofffenheim's patron, Dietmar Hopp, in the match that the muniqus team won by 0-6. "I am embarrassed by that behavior, sa is the horrible face of FC Bayern and it has no excuse. We have made it film everything; we will proceed against them with all the resources and demand accounts," Rummenigge said in statements to the Sky television channel.
In the 67th minute of the game, insulting posters were displayed on the Bayern curve against Hopp. "Everything remains the same, the federation breaks its word and Dietmar Hopp is still a son of a bitch," said a set of three posters. The game was interrupted for five minutes and when the players returned to the field the players made a kind of strike and dedicated themselves to pass the ball in a friendly manner.
"That was the players idea," said Rummenigge. When the posters appeared, Rummenigge rationally hugged Hopp in the box. The final minutes were spent together by the two managers next to the field.