Cologne Agree To Release Kevin Pezzoni After Thugs Turn Up On His Doorstep Threatening To ‘Beat Him Dead’

Chris Wright

4th, September 2012


By Chris Wright

Newly-relegated 2. Bundesliga side Cologne (or ‘FC Köln’ if you’d prefer) have been forced into cancelling the contract of Kevin Pezzoni after a prolonged campaign of hate against the 23-year old defender culminated in a gang of five thugs waited outside his flat, threatening to “beat him dead” this coming seven months after Pezzoni had his nose broken in a nightclub by a man believed to be a Cologne fan.

There are also reports in Germany that a note reading “We will hunt you down” was placed under the windscreen wipers of Pezzoni’s car after Cologne lost 1-0 against Energie Cottbus a few days prior.

Cologne coach Holger Stanislawski told the press:

“Things have happened that prevented Kevin from playing football in this club. A group of people have ambushed Pezzoni in front of his flat, accosted him and threatened him with violence. He told me that every pass he

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  1. plops says:

    Oh dear. Football fans in being spastics shocker. Can you say spastic while the paralympics is on?

  2. It would be Ironic says:

    …if cologne started playing even worse now. freaking a**holes

  3. cfc1905 says:

    @Plops: you can say ‘spastic’ while the paralympics is on. it wont stop people thinking youre a cunt for saying it though

    gutted for Pezzoni! what a horrible way to have to leave a club, hope he finds somewhere new!

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