Date: 9 months ago   Category: Football

The German club has expelled 7 players after an amusing photo with Nazi gesture


Football players were set up by the Turkish sponsor of club. Seven players of amateur German club "1920 Myl" are deducted for the photo with a Nazi greeting. One of sponsors of Engin Arslan club – the ethnic Turk who possesses own cafe – has asked players to make an amusing photo. Seven of fifteen football players have represented Nazi gesture. Arslan has posted a photo in Facebook, but through a short period has removed the publication. But the photo has reached heads of club who have made the decision to deduct seven players representing gesture from team. "When we have heard about this incident, have convened a meeting of Executive council of club. According to our rules, we could only exclude players from team", – the representative of club Mark Uikens has told. Besides, the club has stopped cooperation with the sponsor. "It was the huge mistake therefore I apologize to each of players and also club. I feel sorry for guys too", – Arslan has said. Players have also apologized for gesture. Nevertheless, the episode is investigated by the German police as Nazi greetings are forbidden in the territory of Germany.

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