anything to increase the chances of victory.
Something in that direction could be said of one or more of the FCK-fans, who on the night of Wednesday was staged in front of the Tivoli Hotel in Copenhagen and fired fireworks.
The masked fans were aware that tonight's Europa League opponent from the Istanbul Basaksehir was staying at the hotel, why you would interfere with the free upgrade to family suite and thus do its bit to spoil the run-up to the fight.
An incident, which is seen elsewhere in european football before major battles, and which is generally considered as being deeply unfair.
According to Ekstra information, there was talk of about 15 persons, who arrived in four cars, fired their fireworks up at the facade, and hastened away, as the hotel guard came out.
It was then reported to the police, who arrived shortly after. However, there were no visible traces of those fans.
the Extra Leaf has been in contact with both the Tivoli Hotel and FC Copenhagen, who does not have any comments to that incident.
Roughly at the same time, Copenhagen has experienced the setup of the various signs around the city with the scripture ’UEFA MAFIA’ – with clear reference to the prohibition of spectators at the match.
The case, you can read much more about this here: Copenhagen, greeted by signs: MAFIA!
the Match between FC Copenhagen and Istanbul Basaksehir played on Wednesday evening from at 18.55.
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