With a lot of humor, the DFB has responded to an unusual protest by fans of the third division 1. FC Kaiserslautern. "We are then # Cornflakeszaehlen. The original packaged cereal is the #DFB completely donate to #Tafel Germany," tweeted the Association.
Supporters of the Red Devils had masses of cornflakes packs sent to the DFB address in the Otto Fleck-Schneise in Frankfurt / Main. The FCK fans wanted to protest against a possible punishment of FCK professional Jan Löhmannsröben. After the 1: 1 at FSV Zwickau he had in the interview Telekom Sport "If that's a referee, I do not know, Digga, then the cornflakes should go counting."
As a result, the DFB control committee initiated a preliminary investigation against the 27-year-old. Other clubs had also solidarized with ex-champion Kaiserslautern, so that the number of cereal packs in front of the DFB headquarters in recent days increased more and more.
Angry fan of the FCK calls for protest
The beginning made a furious FCK fan a few days after the game in Zwickau when he called on Facebook to protest against the DFB. In his contribution, he called for the Löhmannsröben expressed in the act advice that the referee should "but Cornflakes go" to take literally.
The angry fan suggested to all FCK supporters, "until Tuesday, September 11, as many cornflakes packs to buy and send them to the same day until 15 clock to the DFB headquarters in Frankfurt. May the gentlemen on the spot after the glittering international break get the surprise they deserve. "