Mayor Feldmann no longer welcome after the cup scandal at Eintracht Frankfurt

After the scandal surrounding the Europa League Cup, Peter Feldmann, the mayor of Frankfurt am Main, is no longer welcome at the Eintracht Stadium.

Frankfurt am Main – The SPD politician Peter Feldmann (63), mayor of the Main metropolis Frankfurtis after his criticized appearance at the Europa-League-Siegesfeier in the city hall no longer a welcome guest in the stadium of the Bundesliga soccer team Eintracht Frankfurt.

Frankfurt’s Mayor Peter Feldmann (63, SPD, right) snatched the Europa League trophy from Eintracht captain Sebastian Rode (31, middle) and coach Oliver Glasner (47). © Sebastian Gollnow/dpa-Pool/dpa

“In the future there will no longer be any basis between Eintracht Frankfurt and him,” said Eintracht board spokesman Axel Hellmann (50) of the “Bild” newspaper. “I can’t imagine that Peter Feldmann is still welcome at our games in the stadium.”

The 63-year-old SPD politician grabbed the Europa League trophy at the celebration last Thursday and carried it into the Kaisersaal of the Römer, where the ceremony took place.

“The players and coaches present the pot to the people. Everything else is vanity and narcissism,” criticized Hellmann.

Despite euro euphoria: Eintracht wants to stay on the carpet
Eintracht Frankfurt
Despite euro euphoria: Eintracht wants to stay on the carpet

Eintracht Frankfurt had won the European Cup final in Seville against Glasgow Rangers 5-4 on penalties.

Frankfurt’s mayor is currently not only criticized for his behavior at the Eintracht victory celebration.

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