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Proximus League – Cercle Bruges condemns vandalism of own fans

Cercle Bruges is not set up with the damage that “some individuals” Friday, after the win against Lierse have been made to the Noordtribune of the Jan breydel stadium. “Cercle Brugge dissociates itself from provocation in and around football stadiums”, responded to green-black.

Some supporters of the Club had Friday night seats broken down, the other seats were green painted. With pictures on social media were the destruction is celebrated. The club shares the Jan breydel stadium with city rivals and rivals Club Brugge.

“In imitation of the norms and values that a family association as Cercle Brugge is achieved, emphasize green-black, and his supporters to remove oneself from any kind of potential provocation in and around football stadiums,” writes the club on its website. “Cercle Brugge raises always on a positive cheer with respect and is asking his supporters to provocative actions against third parties in any form and by any possible communication channel to omit.”

“Regarding the incident of last Friday wish Cercle Brugge to emphasize that this is an individual action and the person concerned, who has been identified, will be recalled. Following In the footsteps of that conversation will be the appropriate measures to be taken.”

Cercle Brugge took last weekend thanks to the 4-1 victory to the command in the second period of the Proximus League (1B) of Lierse.

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