During the game this evening between FC Twente against Willem II Twente director Jan van Halst and his family to the stadium leave early, because he felt threatened and felt.
Jan van Halst
“As a precaution and in consultation with the security staff we have that decided. There was so much aggression in the stadium that this was wise. I went home. No, it was not a fun evening,” draw Pensions from the mouth of Van Halst.
FC Twente escaped Saturday night on their own field to the eighteenth competitienederlaag. The duel against rival Willem II ended in 2-2. By the unexpected 1-0 victory Sunday Roda JC at concurrent NAC Breda came to FC Twente, even on the last place in the Premier league.
It rumbles for a while at FC Twente. Earlier this month, decided trainer Gertjan Verbeek and Van Halst not as an analyst or guest to be present at voetbalpraatprogramma’s on television. That they had decided after criticism that they received on the shows.
“Everything you’re doing right now is in a negative light placed. We understand that very well,” said Van Halst earlier at the decision to abandon tv performances. “We have agreed the rest of the season no tv appearances, more to do. We must look forward with z’n all to the negativism. Know at least one thing: here is seven days per week worked for the club in the premier league.”