The Bruges criminal court has a 44-year-old from Roeselare sentenced to six months in prison for his involvement in riots at matches of Club Brugge. Wouter V. also got 800 euro fine and two years to impose is imposed.
On October 22, 2017 vomiting after the football game between Club Brugge and royal Antwerp in violent riots. In the vicinity of the Jan breydel stadium were hooligans in the clinch with the police, which also with all kinds of projectiles were being thrown. With the arrest of the two defendants was a commissioner of the city police on the ground.
G. A. (26) from Gistel denied emphatically that he has something to do with the riots. His lawyer Joris Van Maele explained that the man who that day had worked as a volunteer in a bar in the stadium. On the way home came the accused is, therefore, a coincidence between the amokmakers. A. was eventually acquitted by the court.
Wouter V. got more stadionverboden imposed, and gave his share in the facts. The accused was also sentenced for a headbutt to a supporter of the Turkish Basaksehir, during a match in the preliminary round of the Champions League on 26 July 2017. To the victim he must be a provisional compensation of 750 euros to pay.