Trainer Fraser sees apengeluiden Vitesse as a social problem
Henk Fraser frustrated by the apengeluiden Sunday at the grandstand in the direction of Ajax goalkeeper Andre Onana. The Vitesse trainer sees it as a social problem.
“We’re in the 21st century! This is, nevertheless, not more of this time?”, says Fraser Wednesday in The Telegraph. “It is a pity that now also in the sport to happen, but it is in my opinion, above all, a social problem.”
“It is still so common. Now, let’s let normal. I personally think that the punishments that are handed out by the justice system is often not in proportion to what is said or done.”
The trainer thinks it is not his job to say what punishment the Vitesse supporters the apengeluiden made need to get. “There are clear rules for and I me. That responsibility lies with the KNVB, the clubs and authorities.”
“In the society is also not expected of me that I own judge go play. And because I happen to be a dark trainer ben, if people want to suddenly notice that I of the field step. I think that’s too easy.”
Supporters Vitesse ‘apengeluiden’ in the direction of goalkeeper Onana
The clubleiding of the people from arnhem did Monday filed charges against the supporters who shortly after the final whistle in the Gelredome the apengeluiden made. Their misconduct came to light was because of a video on Youtube.
It is not known yet whether the Dutch fa (KNVB) to investigate the behaviour of the supporters. Back Michael van Praag says Wednesday in The Telegraph, however, all that he hopes that the perpetrators be punished.
“My opinion on racism is well known. I find that objectionable and I have not much to add to it,” says Prague. “It all starts with good prevention.”
“If it happens, is the only thing that you need to do: punish. But that is not at the back. There we have an independent prosecutor, and all kinds of courts, such as the disciplinary committee, for. I have understood that the prosecutor is already in action. That’s good.”