The board of the Royal Belgian Football association (belgian football association) Tuesday, a fine of 3,500 euros imposed on RSC Anderlecht, because purple-and-white supporters in the home game against Club Brugge and all kinds of objects on the field had thrown.
From the report of referee Bram Van Driessche, but also from the report of the match delegate more security incidents. So threw supporters of RSC Anderlecht in the conscious winner of 4 april (with 2-3 won by Club Brugge) mugs of beer and two lighters. The firefighters had to just pluck up to purple smoke bombs to defuse. After Van Driessche the stadionomroeper had turned on to the thuisfans to the order to call, there were no incidents.
Master Sander Duriau made on behalf of RSC Anderlecht during the hearing, mentioned a structural problem that all Pro-League clubs, camps and but difficult answer to find, given the limited status of the stewards. Discouraged bondsprocureur Kris Wagner not to 3.500 euros fine to claim. That was confirmed by the disputes committee. “The throwing of lighters, beer mugs, and pyrotechnic material is highest undesirable behaviour and shows a lack of respect for each supporter”, says the judgment.
Next Thursday should be RSC Anderlecht also come to justify for supportersincidenten at Sclessin, leading to a premature shutdown of the Clasico in the Hatch led to. Purple and white is risking a fine of 5,000 euros, as well as a match behind closed doors.