Not there against Augsburg: Bochum’s coach Reis suspended

VfL Bochum coach Thomas Reis has been suspended for one game for his red card in Freiburg.

The 48-year-old is missing in the Bundesliga game of the promoted team on Sunday (5:30 p.m. / DAZN) against FC Augsburg. The decision of the DFB sports court was announced by the German Football Association in Frankfurt/Main. This would mean that Reis would not be allowed to celebrate inside the stadium because of unsportsmanlike behavior if Bochum were to manage to remain in the league early.

The protesting rice was sent to the stands by referee Sascha Stegemann on Saturday after his player Konstantinos Stafylidis was sent off. After the 3-0 defeat at SC Freiburg, he explained that his anger was not directed at the referee team, but at Stafylidis.

“I made a windshield wiper, I stand by that,” said Reis. “But in the end I’m disrespectful to my player because I meant my player how he can do something like that.” The VfL coach explained that he noticed that the fourth official had referred the gesture to himself.

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