FC Utrecht is next week Sunday during the home game against Feyenoord still in the attack Monday in the city. In a shooting in the tram at the 24 Oktoberplein were three occupants to life, plus three others seriously wounded.
There is for the start of the match a minute’s silence held in memory of the victims and the players of FC Utrecht play with rouwbanden.
In addition, at the request of the supporters and all spectators are asked in the eighteenth minute – in connection with the date of the drama – a minute to applaud for the professionals.
FC Utrecht is organising Friday evening a silent procession through the city. The participants arrive at the Central Station together and walk from there together, to the 24 Oktoberplein.
Gökmen T. is in custody for the attack. The 37-year-old man is suspected of multiple murder, or manslaughter with a terrorist intent. He acted according to the Public prosecution service (OM) probably only.
The stop in Utrecht from hour to hour
FC Utrecht deplores the drama
“Monday is a drama played in our city of Utrecht. The terrible event has everyone, including FC Utrecht, deeply touched,” writes FC Utrecht on its own website.
“The club regrets the drama of Monday and wish the relatives of the victims all the power and strength in this difficult time. In addition, it hopes to FC Utrecht on a speedy recovery of the wounded.”
FC Utrecht-Feyenoord starts on Sunday 31 march at 14.30 o’clock in the Galgenwaard Stadium. The KNVB makes Tuesday to know who the referee of service.
FC Utrecht and Feyenoord are eight speelrondes for the end, respectively, the number six and three of the Eredivisie. Both teams do so in abundance in the fight to get a ticket for European football.
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