Stop the oil protests in the Premier League

Football fans protest: ‘Stop Oil’ protests in Premier League and Bundesliga – Two environmentalists forced Sunday’s Bundesliga host Eintracht to briefly close Sunday’s match between Frankfurt and Freiburg. Earlier, protesters disrupted games in the Premier League and tied a rope around their necks to the goalposts. Follow InsideSport.IN for more updates

Football fans protest: ‘Stop Oil’ protests continue as fans tie themselves to goalposts, Premier League and Bundesliga fans protest – see photo

Football fans protest: ‘Stop Oil’ protests continue as fans tie themselves to goalposts

Immediately after the kick-off, protesters wearing T-shirts carrying German texts “Last Generation – Stop Fossil Fuel Insanity” In the Frankfurt goal everyone tied themselves to a post.

It took the Stewards about four minutes to break the tie and remove the protesters so that the game could continue. A similar incident occurred during the English Premier League Everton-Newcastle United game at Goodison Park last month. One protester wearing a T-shirt tied himself to a goalpost “Just turn off the oil”.

Football fans protest: 'Stop Oil' protests continue as fans tie themselves to goalposts, Premier League and Bundesliga fans protest - see photo
Football fans protest: ‘Stop Oil’ protests continue as fans tie themselves to goalposts, Premier League and Bundesliga fans protest – see photo

The two men tied themselves to the goalposts during Sunday’s Bundesliga clash between Frankfurt and Freiburg. In scenes like Goodison Park in March of the Premier League, they seem to have used wire ties to attach to the posts around their necks.

Similar incidents have recently taken place in Berlin as they protest the use of fossil fuels, much like the protesters at Newcastle United in Goodison Park last month against Everton.

Football fans protest: ‘Stop Oil’ protests continue as fans tie themselves to goalposts, Premier League and Bundesliga fans protest – see photo

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