After the incidents in the northern duel between Hamburger SV and Hannover 96, 96 boss Martin Kind will file a complaint because of the banners shown in the Hannover fan block. “It is known that the Hamburg public prosecutor’s office is taking action. “Martin Kind will also file a complaint himself,” the second division soccer team announced on Monday.
During Lower Saxony’s 4-3 win at HSV on Friday evening, three banners were shown in the 96 fan block during the second half, on which the stylized portraits of leading people from possible strategic DFL partners CVC and Blackstone as well as 96 managing director Kind were shown in the crosshairs had been. The game was then interrupted for more than 30 minutes.
Hanover also announced that it would review and change its security structures. It cannot be ruled out that parts of the changed security concept planned for the coming season will be implemented this season, according to the club’s announcement. The club did not provide any further details.