The president of the Feyenoord fans’ association: “UEFA has said that if you can’t play in a city with away fans then you have to go to another country”
Roma-Feyenoord will be the quarter-final of Europa Leagueremake of the final of Tirana in Conference League. A suggestive challenge, but which also brings with it an important issue from the point of view of public order. So much so that more than someone – including the mayor Gualtieri – invoked and requested the prohibition to the Dutch fans to arrive away at the Olimpico. Especially seeing the clashes of Tirana and the precedent of the ultras of the Feyenoord in the square of Spain, with a lot of ‘threat’ already started for the challenge of next April 20th. On this assumption – after the words of the coach Slot – spoke the president of the fans’ association of Feyenoord, Kees Lau, even launching the scenario of a match on a neutral field: “We reacted with surprise to the news. Especially if we think about words dell’Uefa, meaning that matches can no longer be played in certain cities if away fans are not welcome.”Lau, therefore, he is even confident about this fact: “If you can’t play in Rome, then you have to go to another country. The game is played in Germania o in Swiss for example. I have no idea where, but it must be a possibility. We will continue – reads ‘RTL Nieuws’ – with our plans for the trip to Roma. Ma la Uefa he won’t accept it in any case”. Finally Lau spoke of the draw: “I didn’t mind the pairing with the Roma. Last year we played a bad match and now we are improving. I think there are also several advantages to have been drawn with the Giallorossi”.
18 March – 14:42
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