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So the cornflakes that protested against the DFB really started

So the cornflakes that protested against the DFB really started

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"Feeling deceived" So the cornflakes that protested against the DFB really started

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So far, fans have sent about 1000 grain packages to the DFB in Frankfurt – in protest

Source: Peter Hammerschmidt

In protest, football fans from all over Germany sent cornflak packages to the DFB. The DHL confirmed several corn flakes containers – but the DFB did not know anything. The initiator has a bad suspicion.

AOn Wednesday afternoon, seven containers drove over the asphalt in front of the headquarters of the DFB in Frankfurt. Stacked on top: packs of cornflakes, about 700 in total, partially decorated with fan stickers from clubs throughout Germany. Peter Hammerschmidt, 32, was present when a DFB employee unloaded the parcel heaps. The fan of 1. FC Kaiserslautern is the man who initiated the protest against corn flakes.

Trigger of the action was a TV interview from Lautern & # 39; s player Jan Löhmannsröben. After the 1-1 of the FCK in the league game in Zwickau, the midfielder had elated to the referee and said that the referee should "prefer to count cornflakes".

When the DFB control commission started an investigation against Löhmannsröben, Hammerschmidt pleaded for protest against cornflakes. The action hit a nerve. Fans from all over Germany, who for years accused the over-regulation of the DFB, sent packages to Frankfurt. In an interview with WELT Hammerschmidt explains what kind of conclusion he draws and why he thinks he is being misled by the DFB.

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