A delegation of Club Brugge and the Pro League, visited Friday at the Jewish Museum in Brussels. After a meeting with the board of the museum followed by a guided tour of the museum that the history of the Jewish community it depicts, inside and outside our country. Club Brugge came negative in december in the news, when it turned out that from a video (that dated back during the top match against Anderlecht at the end of August, a small crowd of fans anti-semitic chanting was heard.
The spreekkoren of the end of August were Friday again strongly condemned by both Club Brugge and the Pro League. “Club Brugge has jewish supporters and made clear that such behaviour has no place within the stadium and beyond”, they said in a press release. “The club wants to play a leading role in the avoidance of discriminatory spreekkoren, not only directed against the jewish community, but also against other various groups and populations.”
The Pro League will be in the coming weeks, an employee in charge to proceed the plan for discriminatory spreekkoren will work out. This will be done in partnership with the Jewish museum. Until January 25, candidates may apply for the vacancy of project officer.