German League Youth Team to complete the Nazi ceremony, the team was banned.

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 German League Youth Team to complete the Nazi ceremony, the team was banned.


According to Bild, the young players were born in 2003-04, and the team has 19 players from four different countries. Last week, the whole team, under the guidance of the coach, went to the Nazi ritual naked, and was posted on the WhatsApp inside the team. Leipzigs train head Club responded quickly after learning about the matter, announced a ban on the team and fired 38 year old chief Daniel -H, and German police were also ready to put forward a criminal suit against coach Daniel -H. Leipzig locomotive club also asked Joerg Sadler, director of youth training, to take the blame and resign. This is a slap on the face of all players, members of the club, and all those who have common sense, the Leipzig locomotive club announced. This is not only a crime of sedition, but also millions of victims killed in an unjust system. Its not a trivial matter. Its not a provocation, not a fun. Later, the club also released a poster saying, throw the Nazis into the trash can. The Leipzig train head Club exchanges with the parents of the small players on Thursday, and the players will take part in a special training class on historical and ideological issues. Thomas, President of Leipzig locomotive club, said: we are all shocked by this. Children know that their behavior is bad, but we do not want to give up on them. We will try to bring them back to the right path. It is worth mentioning that the Leipzig region is one of the more serious Neo Nazi thought areas in Germany. In 2014, there were 29 high school students who were investigated by the police for doing Nazi rites, publishing anti Jewish speech and so on. In 2016, a group of two fans played Nazi slogans in Leipzigs locomotive race and were arrested. Source: NetEase sports writer: Fu and then editor in charge: Feng Haotian _NSJS2656 It is worth mentioning that the Leipzig region is one of the more serious Neo Nazi thought areas in Germany. In 2014, there were 29 high school students who were investigated by the police for doing Nazi rites, publishing anti Jewish speech and so on. In 2016, a group of two fans played Nazi slogans in Leipzigs locomotive race and were arrested.