Rudi Völler has understood understanding for the Freiburg Protest against the rating of the 1: 4 home defeat against Bayern Munich and brought a solution from Italy into play.
“You can quite understand for this step,” wrote the outcoming managing director of Bayer Leverkusen in a guest contribution for the “Kicker”. “It is also possible to understand that some of this in the external effect would like to have expected such alternative club something else.”
He was sure, “if it had been 1: 1, nobody had thought of a protest. Freiburg reacted completely legitimate.” The leader had temporarily twelve players in the game on 2 April for a change error.
Völler stimulated to create the opportunity in Germany to finish games at a later date. He had stimulated this in 2013 when Stefan Kießling was a goal at the 2: 1 of Leverkusen against Hoffenheim, which could not have counted because the torn net was defective.
“Repeat from the time of the incisive absence decision or rule violation – I know this practice from Italy and keep it for the least bad solution in a case where there is no perfect solution anyway,” Völler wrote.
Control technology that is still not feasible in Germany, Moving Völler and demanded, “The encrusted structures and regulations must be broken up to prevent such situations as current.”