Supporters acting, Feyenoord UEFA Indicted
Nyon – Supporters Feyenoord take some action was commendable in the match against AS Roma in the Europa League. Actions that make the club threatened by punishment from UEFA.
The second leg of the Europa League last 32 between Feyenoord and Rome at the De Kuip Stadium, Thursday (26/2) then, is colored a number of incidents. The incidents were even made the game was halted for a moment by the referee.
The first incident was when Feyenoord fans threw a banana-shaped balloons into attackers Rome, Gervinho, in the 37th minute. As a result of this incident, the referee stopped the game for a while.
When the game entered the 55th minute, the referee asks the players to leave the field. Why, the home team supporters threw objects onto the field, shortly after Mitchell Te Vrede Feyenoord players red carded. The match stopped for about ten minutes as a result of this incident.
UEFA did not remain silent about the incidents. They dropped some of the charges at once to Feyenoord, the racial abuse by fans, throwing fireworks and various objects onto the field, and the closing of the stairs in the stadium. Feyenoord will face trial on 19 March.
UEFA also charged the Roman camp. One is to Adem Ljajic, who is considered to provoke the fans after scoring the first goal of Rome.
Roma won 2-1 at Feyenoord and qualify for the last 16 of the Europa League with a 3-2 aggregate advantage. They met Fiorentina in the next round.