Referee Christian Ggantmann would not concern for the mug throwing attack, in which he was injured in mid-March at the head, no concerns to return to Bochum.
“I have no reservations and would be glad to be in use soon,” he said at the program “SWR concerns”.
He also does not be afraid to return to the audience, although the first days after the demolition of the game between the VfL and Borussia Mönchengladbach be challenging. “I consciously got it very close to me. But I have received a lot of support and encouragement,” said Ggantmann, who had acted as a assistant.
Meanwhile, he gave his comeback. Gittelmann was in use both at the international match between Luxembourg and Northern Ireland as a wizard (1: 3) as well as a fourth official at the Bundesliga pair between Bayer Leverkusen and Hertha BSC (2: 1) last Saturday.
“It’s about values and how they are mediated”
The incident, which was examined by the Control Committee of the German Football Confederation, was an image of society, said Gtigann.
“It’s about values and how they are conveyed in the basic associations, but also from above,” said the 39-year-old. “Of course it’s about a lot of money and about winning. The question is whether it’s about having to win any prize.”
Gittelmann had drawn up a skull impeller and a whiplash in the mug throw of a meanwhile identified suspend.
The game had been considered 2: 0 for Gladbach.