The measures will be in force for at least three weeks and will then be evaluated. Despite the fact that the supporters seemed to adhere well to the corona rules last weekend, the cabinet has nevertheless decided not to allow fans in for the time being.
Earlier this week, the Tilburg mayor Theo Weterings had to go through the dust after his initiating role in the supporters’ party of Willem II fans on the evening of Willem II-Rangers FC. About five hundred people gathered on a square in Tilburg, standing too close together, cheering and singing. That is in violation of the corona rules.
At Feyenoord, they were satisfied after last weekend, when the corona rules in the home game with ADO Den Haag were properly observed. “We pulled out all the stops to ensure that the fans understand the importance of this,” said a Feyenoord spokesman after an evaluation of the game. „A deluge of information, calls from players and assistant coach John de Wolf; we have done everything we can. It went well, we are very happy with that. ”
A week earlier against FC Twente (1-1), not all spectators in De Kuip adhered to the prescribed 1.5 meters distance. Certainly in the final phase, when Feyenoord had great chances for the winning goal, they also sang and shouted out loud. Rotterdam mayor Ahmed Aboutaleb threatened to close the stadium to spectators if it went wrong again.
Pioneering research doctor Van Eijck
Feyenoord doctor Casper van Eijck is currently doing groundbreaking research into sources of infection in football stadiums. Unsubsidized and on his own initiative, he hoped to be able to demonstrate after six home matches of Feyenoord that matches with healthy fans in a full stadium are possible without leading to more corona infections. It seems, for the time being, this can also be discontinued.
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