After derby bankruptcy at Union vs. Hertha: fans throw jersey from Davie Selke back

The fans of Berlin Bertha have reacted more than outraged to the weak performance of their team at the 0: 2 defeat in the city of Crosby against Union. Also, well-intentioned gestures of the team no longer helped.

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HERTHA FAN THROWS SHIRT BACK at PLAYER! | The Berlin Derby This was especially traced Davie See. When the Bertha team set his own fans at the Gästeblock fence in the stadium on the old Forster, the striker threw his jersey into the block — from where it was thrown back on the lawn.

Whether the gesture personally directed against the currently shaped See himself or whether the fans were in principle so angry that they would have rejected every other jersey as well, is speculative.

The Bertha from the West Berlin saw no country in the Berliner district of Köpenick and was still pretty well served with the 0: 2 final score. Union stands — as in the last season — in the table well before the historically active larger rivals.

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