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SBD Global/July 24, 2014/Leagues and Governing Bodies
DOSB Joins Criticism Of New Law Requiring DFL To Contribute Toward Security Costs
Published July 24, 2014
KEEP OUT!: BILD reported the German Football Federation (DFB) "decided to strip Bremen of hosting the Euro 2016 qualification match between Germany and Gibraltar on Nov. 14." The decision "was made in talks between the DFB and the management of Bundesliga club Werder Bremen." The reason behind the move "is Bremen's proposed new law." Werder Bremen GM Thomas Eichin said, "We can understand the DFB's reaction." Bremen "will likely not host a national team game over the next several years" (BILD, 7/23).