Willem II takes measures after riots in duel with Feyenoord
The clubleiding of Willem II, take extra safety precautions following the riots during the thuisduel with Feyenoord of the beginning of this month.
Just after the second goal of Feyenoord in the second half went several supporters in the stands with each other on the fist. That resulted in a number of fans already have a impose on.
General director Berry van Gool wants it there, however, not to leave. The driver let us know that Willem II when the command indicates to be even more active with reports of inappropriate behaviour to go and that there are extra cameras in the stadium are placed.
In addition, the Tilburg Fc more security at home matches against Ajax, PSV and Feyenoord. Also for all home matches a registered ticketing introduced.
“We will always continue to strive for improvements to ensure that young and old have an enjoyable and safe game experience with each other,” says Van Gool.
When the match was stopped by referee Dennis Higler tried different players of the two clubs the supporters to be calm, to mane. Feyenoord won the match eventually with 2-0.
Riots Willem II-Feyenoord
Willem II-Feyenoord was marred by brawls in the stands.
Willem II-Feyenoord was briefly halted by brawling in the stands.
A supporter was over the balustrade thrown.
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