the Call from FC Copenhagen to their own fans was totally clear: the Use of pyrotechnics during matches having to stop.
But despite an announcement the day before and even speak directly to the fans on Thursday night in Europa League-the noise between FCK and Malmö FF, so was the whole endetribunens Section 12 lit up by pyrotechnics, as the players went on the pitch.
Thus face the risk of the Danish club a new big fine from Uefa, as they also face the risk that some stands will be empty for the next european match.
"It is brandærgerligt. We have also been to meetings in the club and through our channels appealed to, to think about. This is what we can do. Now we must see what the consequences are," says the president of FC Copenhagen Fan Club, Lars Thor.
FCK got after udebanekampen against Malmo back in the month of October, a fine of Uefa 70,000 euro, equivalent to 523.000 crowns for the use of the burning of fireworks and an illegal banner.
"It would be drønærgerligt, if it happened. But we can't play fanpoliti and determine how exactly people should go to football, so now we must wait and see what happens," says fanformanden.
In Wednesday's statement from the club they also made it clear that they took a clear distance to the use of pyrotechnics, like they explained what it could get of the consequences.
'at the same time, there are also severe penalties for the club as a result of the breach of the law on the use of pyrotechnics. It can potentially lead to empty grandstands for our matches in the near future.'
B. T. has on Friday been in contact with FC Copenhagen's head of communications, Jes Mortensen. In a text message he writes:
"We have made our position clear, and it is not changed. We have also made it clear that it is a complicated and big task to solve, so it's going to take time."
Uefa on Friday announced that they have opened a case against FC Copenhagen for the use of pyrotechnics.Updated Date: 13 December 2019, 18:00