It is not dangerous to go to football at Brøndby Stadium 'South side', strikes the Brøndby director Ole Palmå fixed.
It is not dangerous to go to football at Brøndby Stadium and stay on fan-tribune the South side, even though it is not built to cope with the pressure from 4000 bouncing spectators.
It beats the ceo of Brøndby IF Ole Palmå fixed.
It happens, after Eurosport and Politiken Sunday, you could tell that the pressure of up to 4000 spectators to a home game against FC Copenhagen in november 2018, the press, as the grandstand is built to carry.
- You must not be afraid (to stand on the South side, red.). Ramboll (consulting company, red.) has said to us that at no time have been a danger that the grandstand could collapse, says Ole Palmå.
the Case was illuminated on Sunday, in both Eurosport and Politiken. It came to pass, after that Eurosport have sought access to documents in Brøndby Municipality, and thereby has gained access to a safety assessment of the South side from the consulting firm Ramboll.
Politiken is also in possession of a safety assessment, demonstrating the overstegne load on the South side.
Of the safety assessment, it is apparent from, among other things, a so-called fatigue failure could be a risk.
Ole Palmå can not state when a permanent solution is ready, as the business world continues to work with measurements and surveys.
Espn public access shows, however, an email from Ramboll, to, among other things Brøndby IF. Here it says that work with a permanent solution to the challenges on the South side at the earliest, is expected to begin in december 2020.
- Our fans' safety is paramount, and we will never ever compromise with it. This is why we have allied ourselves with Ramboll, and we listen to them and the recommendations, Ramboll comes with.
- Just as soon as, Ramboll has the conclusions of its work, its testing and the løsningsarbejde, they have looked at, so we have something to go on with, and so we know what we can do, says Ole Palmå.
Brøndbys economy, in recent years have not been plentiful, but it means nothing for the work with the tribune.
- It is going to cost a lot of money, but it is not a cost. It is an investment in our fan-security, and it is the most important.
- It is going we are not to compromise with. It costs what it costs, and then we shall see what the solution will be, say Brøndbys executive director.
Updated Date: 16 December 2019, 04:00