The outburst of the lawsuit threat came After the as well as secure relegation to the third division Dynamo Dresden is considering legal action. "What we have now in the season final sprint is experiencing, is obviously a distortion of fair competition in the second Bundesliga," said commercial Director Michael Born on Friday at the "Sport in the East" in the MDR and said: "This means also that we will exhaust all legal possibilities in the sense of Dynamo Dresden, against this injustice, if we have a good chance of success."2. Bundesliga live Ticker for this
the day before, had expressed Dynamo Pro Chris lion fierce criticism of the German football League (DFL). On Friday, he did the same. "What has me so emotional: When you descend at the end in a fair competition, then you have to believe you at the end of the nose, because it just doesn't have enough. But now I have the feeling – and I speak for the whole club – that something was stolen,“ said the defender in the case of Sport 1. The night before the 0:2 was sealed in Holstein Kiel, the descent of the Saxons as well as.
"do you Believe that a power in the DFL only a second thought of what's going on in our heads?", he asked. "This is where it all don't give a shit. We are the ones who pay the fucking price for the whole Shit“, he shouted with trembling voice. What shifted the 31-Year-old in such a Rage, was the extremely tight schedule for the Dynamo to the corona-induced forced break. After a 14-day home quarantine, due to the multiple positive corona tests in Dresden were too late, and with a mammoth programme of eight Games in 22 days in the rest of the round got on.
"Go to the gum"
The German football League would not comment on Friday on the request to the back cover, however, there was a Premier League Coach. "Seven games in 19 days. I think especially after a Re-Start is not feasible for the Dresden. It hurts me in the heart, because I have played a time,“ said Uwe Rösler from the relegation threatened first division club Fortuna Düsseldorf.
According to Born, the number of games is not the Problem, but the load in comparison to the other Teams. "Our players do not go on the gums, you can, because the Tanks are empty," said Born. Dynamo coach Markus Kauczinski would support, according to MDR, a lawsuit because of possible distortion of competition. "Just to show that you can fight back, that you can't be everything to himself", was Kauczinski quoted in the post.
And even with a little distance, the lion said, still angry, and turned again to the question of: "Would have occurred in this Situation is the same if FC Bayern, Borussia Dortmund or RB Leipzig would have been in the same Situation?" The answer he provided: "I believe that other ways would have been found to play the end of the season. Since you're already screwed. We are only a second-tier, descends, anyway.“Updated Date: 20 June 2020, 08:19