AZ Alkmaar fans will not come to Warsaw for the match against Legia. A statement appeared on the official website of the Dutch club, informing about no sales for this match. It doesn’t end there. There is a warning for all Dutch people.
The away match between Legia Warszawa and AZ Alkmaar ended with a defeat for Wojskowy, but the result was not the most remembered. Right after the meeting, there was a riot with the police, as a result of which Josue and Radovan Pankov were arrested, and president Dariusz Mioduski was hit in the face. These events caused a scandal on a European scale, and immediately afterward everyone began to wonder what the rematch would look like. Some things are already clear.
AZ Alkmaar fans will not come to Warsaw for the match against Legia
AZ Alkmaar fans will not be able to buy tickets for the away match of the Europa Conference League against Legia Warszawa. The Dutch club informed that they would not sell them, and a statement appeared on the official website in which they advised their fans against individual travel to Warsaw.
“Following the events that took place during the home match, extensive consultations took place with all interested parties. We have concluded that the safety of our fans cannot be guaranteed. (…) As safety is of the utmost importance in AZ, the club unfortunately had to decide not to start selling tickets. AZ also advises its fans not to travel alone,” we read.
It seems that the Dutch do not intend to give up. The matter that occurred immediately after the match in the Netherlands has not been fully explained. Even though Dariusz Mioduski was treated brutally by the local services, the Dutch side did not even issue an apology. Let us recall that Legia players demanded to leave the stadium, but they were prevented from doing so and their requests did not bring any results. The storm police then took action and the players were arrested.