OB now opening a thorough investigation of what exactly was going on, since the OB and the AGFs U19-teams met each other on Saturday.
It informs the club in a press release.
"In connection with the U19 match we have been made aware of from the AGFs side, that there have been some unpleasant incidents with heckling and name-calling directed at each of the AGFs youth players. The sort of look very seriously at in the OB and started immediately an investigation of the matter."
"We would stress, however, that we will take strong distance from the chants of a discriminatory nature. It is not compatible with the values of the OB, where we value respect for all very high. When the club considers this a very serious matter, we would like to be allowed to examine all aspects thoroughly and are in close dialogue with the AGF."
the DIFF reports that they do not have any further comments, until the statement is completed.
It was AGFs youth coach Fatah Abdirahman, who after the match on his Facebookprofil expressed its strong dissatisfaction and indignation over what he saw.
"But the joy will disappear, when you hear that several of the OB fans yell abelyde after one of our players. It is a battle we all must take part in. It disappoints me that you don't get it stopped, when it is being said repeatedly!!," wrote the AGF coach on.
AGF went on Monday in a press release, and stated that the top of the episode is concluded in a dialogue with the OB.
nor do They have any further comments, before the matter is fully investigated.
Sunday was B. T. fat of the judge who sentenced the U19 match between AGF and OB.
"I have nothing to be reported, and neither have I heard some racist sounds from the onlookers. I even talked also with AGF's coach after the game, and here he mentioned nothing," says Paw Johansen to B. T.Updated Date: 26 November 2019, 11:00