SV Darmstadt 98 | Lieberknecht: Open door for refugees

Germany Opens Its Doors to Over 20,000 Refugees
Darmstadt’s second division coach Torsten Lieberknecht has offered Ukrainian refugees personal help and even accommodation.

“In the family favorite the doors, the doors are always open for every refugee from Ukraine. If we can be active, then it is the least to say: we give other help – whether it is monetary or to record people,” said the 48- Year to the press conference of the SV Darmstadt 98 before the Friday Game (18:30 / SKY) against the 1st FC Heidenheim.

On request, whether he really would record with themselves refugees, affirmed love right: “Definitely! That’s about question with us.”

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The war of course is a topic in the team. The Lilies fans collect all around the game for those affected by the invasion of Russia in Ukraine.

This week, the Darmstädter had published a video of her former professionals Igor Beresowski, who defeated his ex-association for medical care in his home Ukraine. The 31-year-old was once substitutekeeper in the lilies.