There are arrests: 12 Trabzonspor fans were arrested for jumping onto the field to attack Fenerbahce players – La Opinion

There are arrests: 12 Trabzonspor fans were arrested for jumping onto the field to attack Fenerbahce players – La Opinion



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The behavior of Trabzonspor fans who entered the field to attack Fenerbahce players after the victory at home of the latter, since at least 12 people were arrested, as reported this Monday by the Ministry of the Interior.

Judicial and administrative proceedings have been initiated in relation to the twelve people identified so far. Investigations into the incidents are ongoing,” explained Interior Minister Ali Yerlikaya.

During the match, which ended with a victory away from Fenerbahce By 2 to 3, local fans threw plastic bottles at the visiting team’s players and, at the end of the game, many of them stormed the field.

The footballers defended themselves, leading to a pitched battle from which the players were rescued by the security forces, who accompanied them to the locker rooms.

The Turkish Football Federation issued a statement in which it stressed that “the necessary criminal sanctions will be applied to those responsible for the incidents once the investigations are concluded, in order to prevent their repetition.”

Already during the match, tensions arose and the referee interrupted the game several times because the fans of the Trabzonspor They threw firecrackers and glasses of water into the field.

According to the rules of the TFF Disciplinary Committee, Trabzonspor are expected to receive a sanction of closing the stadium or playing without spectators for between six and eight games.

The Turkish press points out today that Trabzonspor fans have ended their season due to the four home games their team has left in the 2023/24 season.

Fenerbahçe, currently second in the Turkish Super League, has won five in a row, including yesterday’s, which puts it 30 points ahead of Trabzonspor, in third place.

*With information from EFE.

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