The KNVB have decided to punish FC Utrecht for their fans making anti Semantic chants during a match against Ajax on April 5th this year.

  • By Himanshu Dhingra
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utr stadThe investigation in to the matter was launched on 8th April 2015

As part of the punishment the club must pay a fine of 10,000 euros and must play their next match against the Lancers with the Bunnik side closed.

The capital club have a massive fan base including Jewish support and their fans were subjected to those chants.

The KNVB in a statement said that its disciplinary committee “considers it proven that there were repeated anti-Semitic chants” during the match. It says Utrecht did not take strong enough action to halt the chants.

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