Werder Bremen admit flying a drone over Hoffenheims training ground

first_imgWerder Bremen confirmed that a drone was flown over Hoffenheim’s training ground on Tuesday before their 1-1 Bundesliga drawThe drone was spotted by Hoffenheim staff at the club’s base as the team underwent their final training session before Wednesday’s clash.Local authorities were alerted by Hoffenheim as flying a drone over people in Germany is illegal.Bremen CEO Frank Baumann confessed the drone was from them and added that they had someone in the area.Now the German side have released a statement announcing that Baumann, coach Florian Kohfeldt and analysts were the ones behind it.“Werder Bremen briefly brought a drone into action last Tuesday during TSG Hoffenheim’s training,” read the statement on the club website.Jadon SanchoMerson believes Arsenal should sign Sancho Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho might be the perfect player to play for the Gunners, according to former England international Paul Merson.“This is the result of a conversation between Werder CEO Baumann, head coach Kohfeldt and employees of the analysis department.”Baumann accepted full responsibility in a press conference on Friday.“We discussed everything internally. I take responsibility for this,” said Baumann.“If the action in Hoffenheim led to a certain uncertainty on the training ground, then we would like to apologise for that.“A drone was flown for a short period, but didn’t fly over the pitch their team was training on. There was no threat. Everything has been resolved with Hoffenheim.“We have done nothing illegal. That would go against our club principles. We apologise to Hoffenheim if the incident has unnerved them. This is all we have to say on the matter.”last_img

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