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Supporters deliver Anderlecht again to 5,000 euro fine: “Testifies to a lack of respect for everyone on and around the field”

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The board of the Royal Belgian Football association (belgian football association) Tuesday, the maximum fine of 5,000 euros imposed on RSC Anderlecht, after supporters in the ” home against Standard with the beer mugs were thrown and smoke bombs had chipped.

In the Clasico of may 5 at the Constant Vanden stock stadium strike supporters in the stand 4 a white smoke bomb off just before the hour, thus, match delegate, Fernand Meese in his report. Later in the match, around the 86th minute, after a non-whistled penalty kick due to an error on the Amuzu beer mugs on the pitch thrown behind the cage of goalkeeper Ochoa. A whole part fell next to the field, but four bottles and cups came on the site too. That also confirmed the second assistant ref Van Driessche in his report.

There was no representative of RSCA at the session of Tuesday showed up, and so was Anderlecht in absentia up to 5,000 euro fine, of which 2,500 euros for the smoke bomb and 2,500 euros for the throwing of projectiles. “There is a zero tolerance regarding the use of pyrotechnic material. This can have an impact on the game, given the smoke and the gunfire that accompanied the light. Its use implies risks for bystanders in the stands. The throwing of objects during a race is an extremely bad practice which demonstrates a lack of respect for everyone on and around the field”, says the judgment. “The complaints board noted that RSC Anderlecht in the recent past repeatedly has to answer for this committee, often due to the use of pyrotechnic material.”

It is just another penalty for purple-and-white, that his worst season in decades, courteous. Since February, there were four fines imposed on Anderlecht for incidents on a visit to KV Oostende (2,500 euro), Standard (3,000 euro and 5,000 euro) and at home against Club Brugge (1,000 euro). For the match at Sclessin were the inhabitants of Brussels also punished with a match behind closed doors.