Homophobic heckling from some of the club's supporters brings again the football club Brøndby IF in the centre in a case of the Footballing Disciplinærinstans.
TV2 reports that Disciplinærinstansen on its own initiative opened a case after Sunday's Superliga match against FC Copenhagen.
- In the case will be the circumstances, as we have found in connection with the kampafviklingen, which may be a violation of the rules.
- The rules apply for the pyrotechnics and the circumstances around the songs and chants directed against a FCK-player (Viktor Fischer, ed.) from Brøndbys fans, says Disciplinærinstansens president, Jens Hjortskov.
He says that there is also a case has been opened against FC Copenhagen for the use of pyrotechnics during the match.
Several Brøndby-fans were heard shouting homophobic chants against Viktor Fischer, before the match started. Just as a group of OB-fans did during the fynboernes match against FCK in the previous weekend. And as Brøndby-fans did after the club's match against FC Nordsjælland the day after.
Both the OB and Brøndby were subsequently punished with fines of 25,000 dollars with a promise of stricter punishments for repeat offenders. Therefore, it is supposed, that the harder the punishment is on the way to Mcdonalds, if you estimate that the rules are violated again.
Jens Hjortskov, however, will not comment on the ongoing case for TV2.
Viktor Fischer even sent roses to Brøndbys fans on Sunday, because he had not heard any homophobic cries or songs, while the fight was in progress.
- It is first and foremost a cadeau hesitate to point towards the club, that it is not escalated. It is well done, I think. And I hope that it will be followed up. In an eternity will I say, he said.
Fischer felt that it meant it great that each of the Brøndby-fans could not restrain themselves during the warm-up.
- I noticed also good, but I don almost not to spend time on. For they did not make it in the fight, said Viktor Fischer.
Disciplinærinstansen is now awaiting a statement from both Brøndby and FC Copenhagen in their followers ' behaviour in Sunday's derby.
Peter Mejlvang is a homosexual football player. Hear what he thinks about the homophobic chants. Producer: Martin Lorentsen