May 18, 2012

Wolfgang Stark has informed against a Berlin player

Following the scandalizing circumstances during the last minutes of the Bundesliga relegation match between Fortuna Düsseldorf and Hertha BSC Berlin, Bavarian referee Wolfgang Stark has officially informed against a player of the capital's club. 

After the restart of the match and the final whistle, a throng of Hertha BSC players is said to have chased Stark on his way into the dressing room. According to DFB, the Georgian player Levan Kobiashvili has attacked him by fisting Stark in the area of his shoulder or neck. 

Stark followed by a throng of Hertha players (c) Kicker

Düsseldorf's police department confirmed an existing report of that, however refused to name the player who is concerned.
DFB has started investigations against five players, including Kobiashvili and other players for having insulted the referees, having inflamed bengalos in the catacombs and for a violent conduct against an opponent. The German football arbitral tribunal will today decide whether Hertha's appeal to make void the result of the match and to appoint a replay can be accepted in compliance with the DFB statutes.

8 Comments:

  1. takie zachowanie mósi by ukarane zaiweszeniem piłkarzy karą finansową wyżej wymienionych graczy powturka lub walkowerem takie zachowanie graczy nie ujdzie im na sucho

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  2. After all witnesses, including the referee team and some Hertha players were heard today, the decision is postponed to Monday.

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  3. Anonymous18/5/12 23:32

    Hi Suricate, hi bloggers,

    I have a question but do not know where to pose it - so I try it here:

    Former Austrian FIFA referee Franz Wöhrer - now almost 73 years of age - is reported to have whistled 160 international matches. According to WIKIPEDIA, former Danish FIFA referee Kim Milton Nielsen handled "only" 154 international matches. Does anyone of you know if there has ever been a FIFA referee with more international matches than our Franz Wöhrer.

    Kind regards from Vienna,
    Peter

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    1. Nielsen was my first thought, of course there could be someone else in those times, e.g. the Scotsman Valentine.
      With regard to the last years, my first thought was either Michel or Merk, as they both started very early (although Michel also stopped early). Both have exactly 104 matches.

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    2. Anonymous19/5/12 11:29

      Hi Suricate,

      thank you for your reply. ;-)

      As far as I remember, Franz Wöhrer once - I reckon some ten years ago - denoted his 160 international matches an "all-time record" which would mean that it could have exceeded by recent referees only.

      I think that Lubos Michel could have had a realistic chance to get ahead of him unless he stopped his career prior to the age limit. In my opinion, Ravshan Irmatov now is the candidate with the best cards.

      Kind regards from Vienna,
      Peter

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    3. Right, Irmatov has already refereed 89 international matches and still has the opportunity to be active for the next 10 years. He has the chance to set new measures, to break every record. So young and already so experienced.

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  4. to może być trudne bo ja raczej nie wiem w archwach FIFA lub UEFA może jest ktoś kto ma więcej przesędziowanych mecy niz Autriak-Wohrer jak ktoś inny wie to ci powiedzą

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  5. The Hertha appeal has been rejected.

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