minister of Culture, Mette Bock will now be part of homofobisagen, there are currently stealing the headlines in the Danish football.
Both the OB and Brøndby-fans the last few days, sung homophobic songs aimed at FCK's Viktor Fischer, and now you want Unity to find out how large homofobiproblemet is in the premier League.
the Party's idrætsordfører, Søren Søndergaard, sent already after the incident in Odense on Sunday night, two questions to the minister of culture, Mette Bock from Liberal Alliance.
It appears by the Parliamentary website.
then followed the incident in Perth on Monday night, where a group of Bolton supporters after the match against FC Nordsjælland warmed up for the upcoming derby with a homophobic song about Fischer.
minister of Culture, Mette Bock, has been asked to explain how extensive homofobiproblemet is in Danish football. Photo: Martin Sylvest/Ritzau Scanpix 2019
Søren Søndergaard has asked the minister for culture on two things.
Bock must obtain information from the DBU on how often a match in the premier League within the last three years has been interrupted or a Superliga team have subsequently been sentenced to a penalty, f.ex. in the form of a financial penalty or lost points, for homophobic or racist chants from the stands.
Besides, Søndergaard asked the minister for culture to obtain information from the DBU on, in how many cases within the last three years, a referee after a League match reported homophobic or racist chants from the stands.
Also During the idrætsordfører, Mogens Jensen, has tabled questions to the minister.
He asked her to obtain a comment from the DBU about the cases and ask fodboldunionen explain how the organization will sanction the events.
Pan Sport has reviewed the homophobic chants and songs for Football Disciplinærinstans.
On the take the cases up, is yet to be seen, but DBU's disciplinary rules provides for the possibility of sanctioning a club, if its spectators obtained with chants of, for example, sexual preference.
Both Brøndby and OB and their respective fanklubber have taken the distance for the homophobic chants.
legally assess attorney Peter Secher, to the characters, that they sang homophobic songs, are not in danger of being punished in the ordinary legal system. According to Secher will the burden of proof simply be too difficult to lift.
instead, It is their clubs that can be hit if the Footballing Disciplinærinstans choose to take the cases up.
Brøndby - 9. apr. 2019 - at. 10:24 Brøndby and OB can be punished for homoråb
FC Copenhagen - 9. apr. 2019 - at. 09:59 Stale support Fischer in 'homosag'
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