Prosecutor KNVB start investigation into mafia-statement chairman of The County
The prosecutor of the KNVB has launched an investigation into The County president Martin Moss. Late last month he wrote under more “DUTCH Mafia” in a Twitter rant.
“This inquiry is based on the Code of conduct for Officials in professional Football”, says the KNVB to VI. Moss is a justification of his statement sought, which may be a strafvoorstel follows.
“The code of conduct is available on request from the clubs in the football by the board, paid soccer fixed. The purpose of the code of conduct is to improve the imaging in respect of the football and the control of unruly behaviour.”
The KNVB had already know the statements of Moss “inappropriate”. The club president has expressed on Twitter his dissatisfaction with the settlement proposal of the KNVB as a result of riots in the race in the race of The County against Go Ahead Eagles, where fans of the home team after the field went to the polls and players of the club from Deventer to body went.
The KNVB will find statements The County chairman ‘inappropriate’
Moss wrote on Twitter: “I’m not allowed to say, but the KNVB shame on you! Wanbeleied, mismanagement, misgovernment, and such a small gang of such punishment to impose! Worthless!”
“Angry, angry, angry and angrier. However, I have the memory of an elephant. Shit KNVB! I think it’s all fine, now? No respect more, KNVB mafia!”
Later accepted The County’s settlement proposal of a duel without the public and a fine of 17,500 euros. The home match against Helmond Sport on 21 October should be behind closed doors to be played.
The fallen The County is bad, starting the season in the Jupiler League and occupied after six duels in twelfth place in the rankings.