Jan Van Elst, CEO of SK Lierse, and Eric Aft, president of Beerschot Wilrijk have Friday at the invitation of the Pro League a constructive conversation. With Pierre François as a mediator were the folds between the two clubs from the Proximus League smooth coated.
On January 6, was the streekduel in a Winch for the second time this season from being marred. Both supporterclans threw on the Lisp objects and pyrotechnic material towards each other. Later played for both clubs together the zwartepiet.
During the bemiddelingsgesprek highlighted by both representatives that they are the dangerous use of Bengali fire regret. “Both clubs realize that such facts do not in a football stadium belong,” writes the Pro League in a press release.
Together with the Pro League was also examined changes Lierse have to run the Lisp to the neutral space between the visiting supporters and the thuissupporters to increase.
Finally, they promised to both clubs, their supporters as well as possible to create awareness so that the match Beerschot Wilrijk – Lier of the 28th and last day “in the most sporty atmosphere can take place”.
Next week Tuesday will be decided by the Board of Directors of the Pro League or the internal regulations in force. Both clubs risk a fine of up to 25,000 euros.