Zell am Ziller – The Freedom Party of Austria (FPÖ) has reached the next level of escalation in Zoff with SV Werder Bremen. After insults and the threat of a lawsuit, the right-wing populist party is now demanding the immediate deletion of the controversial tweet, a public apology and financial compensation of 10,000 euros, which is to be donated to an association. SV Werder has until July 14 to do so, otherwise a lawsuit would be filed. This is reported by the Austrian news agency APA, citing a letter that Tyrolean FPÖ leader Markus Abwerzger sent to Werder President Hubertus Hess-Grunewald.
Of the SV Werder Bremenwho is currently holding his training camp in Austria, still does not want to comment publicly on the subject, said media director Christoph Pieper when asked DeichStube With. The Bundesliga team had an FPÖ event in the immediate vicinity of the training ground in Zell am Ziller on Saturday with the following tweet reacted: “We feel so much at home here that we also stand up for it in the Zillertal: CLEAR EDGE AGAINST NAZIS”. Garnished with the hashtag #neighborscannotselect and a picture from the event clearly showing a banner from the FPÖ you can see.
Werder Bremen: Right-wing populist FPÖ threatens to sue and demands a public apology and 10,000 euros in compensation
There was praise for this from many Werder fans, including Bremen Mayor Andreas Bovenschulte. the FPÖ on the other hand, reacted harshly to the tweet. “Nobody needs these left-wing filthy Piefke with us,” wrote Vienna’s FPÖ press spokesman and ex-member of the state parliament Leo Kohlbauer and recommended to the Bundesliga club via Twitter: “Should’s celebrate the rainbow Ramadan in Buntland.” Werder Bremen still stays in Austria until July 10th. (kni) Again and again Werder Bremen takes a firm stand against right-wing extremists – including the campaign “Nazis out of the stadiums”!
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After tweet attack: Right-wing populist FPÖ wants to sue Werder Bremen
Zell am Ziller – Next round in Zoff between the SV Werder Bremen and the Freedom Party of Austria (FPÖ). Markus Abwerzger, head of the right-wing populist party for the Tyrol area, demands an apology from Werder within a week tweet and threatened to sue.
Via Twitter would have Werder Bremen at the weekend the implementation of an FPÖ action day in the immediate vicinity of the Bremen training camp in Zell am Ziller and made a clear statement with the slogan “Clear edge against Nazis”. There was great praise for this from many Werder fans, from the camp of the FPÖ on the other hand, not only criticism, but also wild insults.
Werder Bremen attacked the Austrian party FPÖ with a tweet – now the right-wing populists are threatening to sue
Nobody needs these left-wing filthy Piefke with us,” wrote Wiens, for example FPÖPress spokesman and former member of the state parliament Leo Kohlbauer and recommended to the Bundesliga club: “Let’s celebrate Rainbow Ramadan in Buntland.” Abwerzger described those responsible for Werder as “obvious hollow heads” and now followed up with the threat of a lawsuit with an ultimatum.
“There is no further comment from us,” shared Werder Bremen Media Director Christoph Pieper at the request of DeichStube With. As can be heard, the club is still fully behind tweet, but I don’t want to add fuel to the fire. Bremen are preparing for the new Bundesliga season in Austria until Sunday. (kni) Follow the SV Werder Bremen training camp in the Zillertal with the DeichStube live ticker!
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Right-wing populist FPÖ reacts to Werder-Bremen tweet – “Left dirty Piefke”
Zell am Ziller – SV Werder Bremen caused a stir with its tweet attack against the right-wing populist FPÖ in the training camp in Zell am Ziller, Austria – and the reaction of the addressee is violent. “Nobody needs these filthy left-wing Piefke with us,” wrote Vienna’s FPÖ press spokesman and ex-member of the state parliament Leo Kohlbauer and recommended to the Bundesliga club via Twitter: “Should celebrate Rainbow Ramadan in Buntland.” Tyrol’s FPÖ boss Markus Abwerzger expressed a similar opinion : “What obvious hollow heads.” And the FPÖ federal party spoke on their Facebook account of “radical left-wing political currents” that would take over football: “We say: Clear edge against stupidity and a lack of understanding of democracy!”
Werder Bremen had on Saturday via Twitter on a day of action of FPÖ in the immediate vicinity of the training ground in Zell am Ziller. “We feel so much at home here that we also stand up for it in the Zillertal: CLEAR EDGE AGAINST NAZIS,” tweeted Werder with the hashtag #nachbarnkannmansichnichtaussuchen and a picture that clearly showed an FPÖ banner on the neighboring music pavilion.
Werder Bremen attacks right-wing populist FPÖ – party official describes club as “filthy left-wing Piefke”
Of the SV Werder Bremen has long defended itself against all forms of right-wing extremism and communicated this publicly. Four years ago, the club in Germany positioned itself against the right-wing populist AfD party. “Every AfD voter should know that it is a contradiction to find Werder good and vote for the AfD,” said Werder President Hubertus Hess-Grunewald at the time. For the tweet towards FPÖ the club was celebrated by many fans. The Tyrolean Greens member of the National Council, Barbare Neßler, also praised the clear statement made by Bremen. (knee)
We feel so much at home here that we also #Zillertal stand up for:
— SV Werder Bremen (@werderbremen) July 2, 2022
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Werder Bremen attacks the right-wing populist FPÖ: “Clear edge against Nazis”
Zell am Ziller – In the training camp of the SV Werder Bremen on Saturday afternoon it was suddenly no longer just about football, but also about politics. The Bundesliga club was not very enthusiastic that of all people Austrian Freedom Party (FPÖ) organized a day of action in the immediate vicinity of the Park Stadium.
“We feel so much at home here that we also Zillertal stand up for it: CLARE EDGE AGAINST NAZIS,” tweeted Werder Bremen with the hashtag #nachbarnkannmanichnichtaussuchen and a picture clearly showing a banner of the FPÖ can be seen from the neighboring music pavilion. The FPÖ is considered a right-wing populist party. It is represented in the National Council and in all nine state parliaments. Four times she provided the small coalition partner in a federal government – but not at the moment.
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Werder Bremen shows “clear edge against Nazis” – fans celebrate tweet against FPÖ
Of the SV Werder Bremen is known to oppose any form of right-wing extremism to put up a fight and also to communicate this publicly. Four years ago, the club in Germany positioned itself against the right-wing populist AfD party. “Every AfD voter should know that it is a contradiction to find Werder good and vote for the AfD,” said Werder President Hubertus Hess-Grunewald at the time. For the tweet towards FPÖ the club was celebrated by its fans. (knee)