Eintracht Frankfurt: Rode criticizes Mayor Feldmann after the title party in the town hall

Large titles in sport like to use politicians to advertise on their own behalf. The Mayor of Frankfurt Peter Feldmann had to experience that this could also go wrong after Eintracht's European League success.

Eintracht Frankfurt's Europa-League hero Sebastian Rode criticized Frankfurt Mayor Peter Feldmann (63/SPD) for his appearance at the Europa League title celebration in the town hall on Thursday.

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Feldmann had promptly torn Rode and coach Oliver Glasner from his hands after arriving on the Roman, whereupon the two looked at. In addition, Feldmann then gave a long speech to the fans in which he listed all the players and those responsible - and had visibly struggled with the names. He called Makoto Hasebe "Hasabi" and mistakenly described CFO Oliver Frankenbach as a sports director.

Feldmann received isolated whistles and many malice on the net of the fans. Rode was also irritated. "I didn't quite understand it. It is great that he invited us, but it might have been better if he had taken back something," he told the bild.

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Feldmann himself was small on Friday: "First a big sorry! On Thursday I was more Eintracht fan than the mayor for a moment."

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