World: Werder President for “Controlled Burning” by Pyros

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Werder President Hubertus Hess-Grunewald is not contrasted with a regulated use of pyrotechnics in professional football. One has to “talk about a controlled and legal use of pyrotechnics,” he said in the interview of the “Süddeutsche Zeitung”.

Plädiert für einen reglementierten Einsatz von Pyrotechnik im Profi-Fußball: Hubertus Hess-Grunewald. © Mohssen Assanimoghaddam/dpa pleads for a regulated use of pyrotechnics in professional football: Hubertus Hess-Grunewald.

In the “Control Burning Pyro”, the 61-year-old sees the way out of an “escalation spiral of repression and criminalization”, as he told the newspaper. The German Football League (DFL), the German Football Association (DFB), clubs, fans, fire brigade and the police would have to participate in the dialogue on the subject.

Hess-Grunewald had criticized the controversial commitment of the Wolfsburg police on the first Bundesliga matchday about two weeks ago, on which the police ordered strict controls of the supporters of Werder Bremen out of fear of pyrotechnics. Neither-ultras then started the return trip to Bremen. Lower Saxony's Interior Minister Boris Pistorius (SPD) later admitted omissions at the work of the officials.

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