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PostSubject: Bans of the stadium for violence after remove banner at Feyenoord   Mon 01 Aug 2011, 13:12

Around the friendly match against Malaga five rioters were arrested for assault and / or threats of violence against security personnel who suffer from Feyenoord in the club had removed a banner that was against Leroy Fer. Three of them was the nature of the offense so that they are immediately excluded from competition visit.

Feyenoord released late last week, leading up to the opening of the new season, once again draw the attention of conduct. It has long been recognized that only statements (including banners) are allowed, which are positive and serve to support the club and its players. It was announced that banners with texts that do not meet that condition would be rejected or removed.

A yellow silk hung on the banner reading "Club Love is Fer/Far to look 'was therefore removed by security staff at the club. When people wanted to take the cloth, they were too rough with verbal and physical violence. The cloth was thus "recaptured" by the perpetrators was then hung back. In consultation with the police had to be decided by the club to hang the canvas to prevent further escalation. Could be immediately be brought forward to finding the perpetrators, said the arrests as a result.

General manager Eric Gudde speaks of a "very nasty blemish on an otherwise beautiful football afternoon ', but is glad that more offenders are arrested. "As previously indicated, the now but once done with that small group that does not know how to behave and everything and everyone releases and even their own players."

The length of the punishment, according to the director in the coming weeks to determine. "We have procedures to Feyenoord neat, but I think we see these people a long time, longer in our stadium."

The same goes for people who deny the coming weeks to remove negative statements requested by stewards or security personnel. "Although I also hope that this first set of exclusions like the last, because people see that we regard the refusal and removal of the negative expressions deployed line continue. So they have only themselves with it, because, if they persist, sooner or later will rise at a stadium.''
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