World Cup 2018: Sweden coach Janne Andersson calls Germany behaviour
Sweden coach Janne Andersson says he could be “useless inside” if he had not reacted to provocative celebrations by Germany after their World Cup defeat.
Andersson was angered by the behaviour of two German officers on the closing whistle, which he known as “scornful”.
Ulrich Voigt and Georg Behlau appeared to taunt the Swedish bench and have been suspended by the German FA (DFB) for his or her closing group sport.
“It had nothing to do with soccer,” added Andersson.
Fifa’s disciplinary committee opened proceedings in opposition to Voigt, Germany’s media co-ordinator, and Behlau, head of their backroom employees.
However the DFB have stated they won’t have entry to the pitch throughout Wednesday’s sport in opposition to South Korea.
A DFB assertion learn: “Unbiased of the Fifa disciplinary committee’s resolution, the DFB and the 2 colleagues in query wish to make a transparent level of getting realised the impression of their unsportsmanlike behaviour and announce that they may don’t have any perform within the pitchside space on the subsequent sport.”
The DFB didn’t say whether or not they would resume their pitchside positions if Germany attain the knockout stage whereas Fifa has but to conclude its investigation.