Sandefjord’s Brice Wembangomo (23) was subjected to racist shouts during Saturday’s match in Kristiansand, says the Start leader.
Start’s general manager Christopher MacConnacher tells
that a spectator must have made racist remarks to the Sandefjord defender.
Now the club will decide what kind of punishment the spectator will receive. It will be up to Start’s sanctions committee.
– The club completely distances itself from that type of opinion, says MacConnacher.
This is the third case of incitement in top football in a short time. . Just over a week ago, Vålerengas became.
Although Start has not reached the bottom of its investigation, the supporter club Tigerberget has already excluded the person who made the calls to Brice Wembangomo.
– We want to emphasize that we strongly dissociate ourselves from this type of behavior! It is not accepted in our club. The person in question is informed of the decision. Guilt is acknowledged and the exclusion is accepted. IK Start has also been informed of the incident, “writes board chairman Kai Rune Karlsen in a post on the supporters’ club’s Facebook page.
– This is the third case in a short time and it is clear that we have a job that must be done in football Norway, states Espen Bugge Pettersen, general manager of Sandefjord football.
– That there are a number of attitudes here in the “depth” is now one thing, so everyone has a responsibility to be aware of what you say and do whether you are a player, supporter or club employee, says Bugge Pettersen.
Start leader Christopher MacConnacher tells VG that they have handed over all their papers to the sanctions committee in the club.
“Then they will have a discussion and meet in a short time, carry out a thorough process on this and make sure that they are confident in the decision they come to,” MacConnacher says.