– Damn nerds. I burn it. Well, what’s up, you little boy? Then you’re not so cool anymore.
These are the words of a Brøndby supporter on the train after the Copenhagen derby between FC Copenhagen and Brøndby on Sunday afternoon.
In a video that has gone viral on social media, a Brøndby supporter can be seen forcing a FC Copenhagen supporter to take off his shirt, who has to sit shirtless for the rest of the trip.
FC Copenhagen beat Brøndby 4-1 in what was a spectacular football match, both on the pitch and in the stands.
– Was aggressive and angry
Danes BT has been in contact with the supporter who had to give up his jersey involuntarily.
– We were just sitting and chatting, and suddenly this guy in a Brøndby suit comes up to us. He seemed aggressive and very angry and held his fist straight up in our faces, the supporter told the newspaper.
He says the Brøndby supporter went from FCK supporter to FCK supporter and asked them to take off their shirts.
The Brøndby supporter must have had others with him who walked around and kept an eye on the rest.
In the carriage next to it, it must have been a supporter who did not want to obey the Brøndby supporter’s order. It must have ended in a fight between the parties.
At Avedøre Stasjon, the perpetrator got off the train. On the platform tried to destroy the FCK jerseys. They stepped on them and finally threw them into the garbage.
Well, a group of Brøndby supporters have collected money for the FCK supporters, which will go towards new kits. The supporter describes it as «big» and «heartwarming».
Despite the violent experiences, the young FCK supporter is not afraid to go to the next FCK match. He is most upset that the negative episode may have consequences for football supporters who manage to behave properly.
– It’s a shame that a few idiots have to destroy so much. After all, last season we tasted the consequences ourselves, as it was not allowed to be away fans in the stadium. It makes the games so boring, says the FCK supporter.
He visited the Copenhagen police around Tuesday afternoon to report the incident. He has not yet heard anything from the police.
In a press release from the Danish police, they write that they are investigating it as a robbery.
– Based on the recording, we estimate that it is a robbery. It could also be more victims, but we know the young men in the recording or someone else, says the press release.
They ask both witnesses and victims in the case to get in touch.
Didn’t feel safe
Several journalists and media people reported chaotic scenes, especially among the away supporters.
– I saw seats thrown at families, guards and photographers. It was so bad that me and Per Frimann (former Danish football player, and now expert, journalist note) at one point stand up in the studio, where Frimann looks at me and asks if it is safe for us to stand here. That’s where we were.
It is expert in Danish Viaplay Kenneth Emil Petersen in the program “Offside” on Monday evening, according to BT.
The Brøndby supporters must have destroyed at least 120 plastic chairs in the stands, and the damage must have been over NOK 130,000.
Petersen also added that it was a few supporters who destroyed the rest and that he has completely distanced himself from what happened. The expert concluded that it “must stop” and that it was “absolutely terrible”.