On the edge of the highly explosive north derby between SV Werder Bremen and HSV, there was a small argument on Saturday with the ex-keeper and part-time wrestler Tim Wiese. He flew out of the stadium and subsequently gave free rein to his displeasure.
As if the duel between Bremen and Hamburg hadn’t already had enough to offer, it got heated in the VIP boxes of the Weser Stadium. During the derby, which ultimately ended with a 2-0 away win for HSV after many controversial scenes, Bremen’s ex-goalkeeper Tim Wiese was also a “guest” in the stadium.
Unfortunately, the former national player and his entourage were only on the internal guest list of a box owner and did not have the necessary VIP wristband or other valid ticket to be able to be in the stadium.
A resourceful Bremen employee noticed this fact and thus also ensured a small pack formation away from the field, this reports the image.
Accordingly, Wiese and its appendix are said to have been made aware of his offense, but to have understood the meaningfulness of this address rather semi-optimally. As a result, there was probably a little “scramble”, whereupon the security service of the stadium had to be called.
Shortly after the game’s final whistle, Wiese then had to take on the classic “Walk of Shame”, as many guests in the stadium were allowed to watch his expulsion.
Although Wiese had played a whopping 266 games for Bremen in his active career, his sympathy for the club seems to have been completely lost.
“That was completely overdone. The action fits the game and the club. Just laughable. I felt like a leper,” rattled Wiese opposite the image. It is difficult to imagine that the 39-year-old will even be wanted in the Weserstadion again after these statements.