Sunday evening, selected a larger group of OB-fans singing homophobic smædesange for Viktor Fischer during the club's Superliga match against FC Copenhagen, and it has now scored OB's official fan club 'The Striped' to take distance from the behaviour on the stage.
It happens on fanklubbens website in a letter, which also has the FCK's official fan club, the CLUB, as the sender.
'During yesterday's match against FCK was that at the RMN-tribune an episode where a group of spectators sang for Viktor Fischer, he's gay', begins the and stresses that the homophobic songs was not started by official team.
'It is important for The Rods, to make the point that it is not a song that was started by us, and our man in capotårnet tried actively to start a new song to drown out the every time this song against Fischer was started up.
'We as a club can't keep track of what is being shouted or sung on all the RMN-the tribune, but we will of course do everything in our power, to chants like these are being stopped completely, when we neither can or will accept this.'
'Together with FCK's fan club the CLUB takes The Striped strongly distance themselves from the homophobic and racist songs and other discriminatory chants. We hope of course that unique in scandinavia because the other fanklubber will support this, so we can work together to put a stop to it', is it on fanklubbens website.'
On the FCK's official website takes you on a Monday morning also, the distance from the homophobia and writing, that you want to help OB in their internal investigation of the matter. A study, as OB does not even have signed something out on.
'For Sunday's match in Odense, we saw, unfortunately, that there were homophobic chants directed at Viktor Fischer. F. C. Copenhagen hills Viktor Fischer and other players ' statements after the match 100 percent up and take a clear distance to all forms of homophobia.' the
'We have after the match, evaluated the situation and send our observations on to the OB in order to assist them in their internal investigation of the matter. We know that everyone in the Odense Boldklub, just as we are, denounces homophobia, and therefore we will rather use the energy on solutions than reporting against the club', writes FC Copenhagen.
unique in scandinavia because the førerhold will also take in a talk with the own fans to address the problem. the
'We will also take up a dialogue with our own fans and also invites all other clubs and other stakeholders in English football to take a concrete discussion on the here issue, so no longer need to hear the kind of follies at the Danish football stadiums - and, of course, not in other places'.
Ekstra Bladet has been in touch with the president of the OB's fan club, but he does not want to elaborate any further or answer follow-up questions. Nor does OB has returned at our request, but on Twitter took the club also distance from the tilråbene late Sunday evening.
@Odense_Boldklub, of course, strongly distance themselves from the homophobic chants. We are well aware that football is calling on the big emotions, and you can be mad, angry and disappointed. But we will not accept interjections, which have homophobic, racist or discriminatory nature.— Odense_Boldklub (@Odense_Boldklub) 7. april 2019
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