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A top club in the emergency meeting: does not Want war between the police and supporters

There were concerned faces when security managers and chief executive officers from the AIK, Djurgården, Hammarby, Malmö FF and IFK Göteborg met to try to find a solution on how to proceed.

" Right now, we are very concerned. We need to work together with the police, it was all agreed. You may not end up on the edge with a public authority, it is not a good idea, " says Mats Enquist, general secretary of the Swedish Association Football (SEF).

Enquist want back to the regular discussion with the police.

" Last year was moved in the national strategy, we along with the police worked out, to the Swedish sports Confederation. But the FOUNDATION claims that they have not at all been decided, while the police say that it is with a RF you have decided how to act with the football. It was a turn to the spring, where the police went out with a much tougher line towards the quite wide supporter groups.

a better environment around the team arenas.

– Now it feels like we are slipping backwards and the last thing we want is a war between the blasts and the police, then get all caught in the middle. Right now, we are quite concerned about where it is on the way, we have seen trends in the spring that we haven't seen in a long time. It is never good when the groups go against each other.

One of the other goals is to get away pyrotekniken from the stadium.

– Pyrotekniken is hard to handle. We have a pretty strong unified vision that the most important thing is to ensure as much safety as possible. To solve a problem can create other problems. The strategic change is both ineffective and dangerous, " says Enquist.

– the Question is how to access the pyrotekniken? We have wanted to avoid upsetting a whole supporterkollektiv and that it affects innocent people. We want to be the one who do something stupid go there, it is totally okay. But you have to be a little patient and work a little pointed.

the island of Djurgården, Hammarby, Malmö FF and IFK Göteborg were in agreement.

" We don't want to contribute to further polarization. We can't have a situation where the police and the clubs go on edge with each other, " says Enquist. International analysts are watching what happens in Sweden, they argue that this will not go well if there are changes.

Now want to the clubs to see a better dialogue with the police.

" It is a change of direction in the strategy as it is dramatic right now. A few years ago we sat down and discussed what worked and didn't work, it has been discontinued now. We need back there, " says Enquist.

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