Sascha Mölders from 1860 Munich, in the course of the DFB investigation against him for unsportsmanlike behavior, took a position on his interview after the 2-2 draw against Bayern Munich II last Sunday, in which he referred to opponent Maximilian Welzmüller as “Spacko”.
“Maxi and I have got along well for years and have had a time together at FSV Frankfurt”, Mölders put the Zoff into perspective. “Football is emotions, everything belongs to it. We got a little bit stuck on the pitch, but everything is fine. This is football. We are friends, we talked on the phone and we talked to each other. Please accept that!”
The DFB control committee asked Mölders to comment on Tuesday after the 36-year-old striker Welzmüller had accused of behaving “like a little slap” in a duel: “Now the big face like the press spokesman. But they get the receipt on the last day of the match. Next year you’re in the Bavarian regional league, Spacko! “, Mölders exclaimed a few days ago.
As soon as Mölder’s statement has been evaluated, the DFB will decide how to proceed with the proceedings. The sixties will fight next Saturday (1.30 p.m.) in a direct duel at FC Ingolstadt for a place in the promotion relegation or even for direct promotion, should Rostock fail and sixty win. A possible ban would also apply in the relegation.