“The biggest mess”: Eintracht boss Peter Fischer shares against English football and Vladimir Putin
Eintracht President Fischer is known as a man of clear words. He has now proven that in relation to English football and Putin.
Peter Fischer, President of Eintracht Frankfurt, made clear statements about the small number of tickets available to Eintracht fans for the away game against West Ham. He was also harsh on Russia’s President Vladimir Putin.
“It’s English football now – who think they invented fair play. That’s the worst crap! I’m ashamed,” said Fischer, referring to the few tickets for Frankfurt fans for the Europa League game in London.
Eintracht Frankfurt: Fischer angry about West Ham and English football
He referred not only to West Ham, but also to other Premier League clubs: “We had very bad experiences at Chelsea. A lot of people were kicked out if they just wore a Eintracht scarf or a Eintracht tie. I I am ashamed that today we are being threatened with the ejection of anyone who identifies as a Eintracht.”
When asked about Vladimir Putin and the war in Ukraine, the club president did not hold back: “As a human being, you can’t stand this crazy mass murderer! He threatens our free world. You don’t know what else this asocial psychopath is up to the box has.”
Eintracht Frankfurt is in the semi-finals of the Europa League after a triumphant win over FC Barcelona, in which you meet West Ham United. After the Frankfurt fans had flocked to the Camp Nou and had given their team extraordinarily loud support there, it became known that in London an extremely small number of tickets were given to away fans.