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Second league: St. Pauli is preparing for Hansa with a safety net and mobile toilets

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Second league: St. Pauli is preparing for Hansa with a safety net and mobile toilets

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St. Pauli is preparing for Hansa with a safety net and mobile toilets

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February 2023 in the Millerntor Stadium: A Rostock fan throws a ceramic part of a destroyed toilet onto folders

Source: dpa

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The game between FC St. Pauli and FC Hansa Rostock is one of the most explosive duels in German football. There are special measures in place for the high-risk game on Friday – and this also applies to the home team.

First FC Hansa Rostock, then Hamburger SV. Against what are probably the club’s two biggest rivals, FC St. Pauli can take the decisive steps towards promotion to the Bundesliga on the next two matchdays. Before the game against city rivals from Volkspark, there is the home game against Rostock this Friday (6.30 p.m./Sky). And St. Pauli is planning special measures for this high-risk game.

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As the club announced on Wednesday, the buffer between the 2,600 expected Hansa fans and the rest of the stadium will be increased. There will also be no alcohol served during the game. And since there was a riot in the toilets during last year’s game and parts of the sanitary facilities were used as projectiles, the club says 40 mobile toilets will be set up this Friday. To prevent objects from being thrown from the guest fan block, a safety net is set up.

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Hardly any game in German football is more explosive than St. Pauli against Rostock, given the hostile fan camps. Hamburg coach Fabian Hürzeler has “greatest trust” in the people who are responsible for security in the stadium. He still wants to prepare his players for the special features of the duel. Especially since fan campaigns “can lead to interruptions. And we have to be prepared for that,” said the 31-year-old on Wednesday.

In terms of sport, the second-placed neighborhood club wants to take the next stage of its “marathon” (Hürzeler) towards the German football upper house. After two previous defeats, Hamburg got back on the road to success with last weekend’s 2-1 win at Hannover 96.

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“This victory can be worth a lot if it is confirmed,” said Hürzeler. But there is also a lot at stake for Hansa coach Mersad Selimbegovic’s team on Friday evening. As table 16th. The Mecklenburgers are currently in the relegation place and are fighting for sporting survival in the 2nd league.

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In terms of personnel, the Hamburg team is hoping to employ Lars Ritzka and Eric Smith, who were recently injured. “You have to look at them day by day,” said Hürzeler. Scott Banks, Carlo Boukhalfa and Simon Zoller, who recently returned to training, are not an option. Captain Jackson Irvine, who was missing from Tuesday’s session, is available again.

Already preparing for the derby

The Hamburg police are also already preparing for the following weekend with the city derby on Friday evening in the Volksparkstadion. If the game leads to a decision in the promotion race, it is assumed that celebrations, but also arguments, could extend to larger parts of the city. The Hamburg police are to be supported by units from surrounding federal states.

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