One player was knocked down, and several members of the audience were threatened with decapitation and rape when several of the players in the 7.division game flew of the handle. «These are threats of aggravated violence and we don?t want anything like this on the soccer filed,» Bruun-Hanssen said to TV 2 Nettavisen. «I haven?t either heard to anything like this before.» However, he does not want to condemn the entire team which mainly consist of immigrants.
«Most of the people on the team are there to get a positive experience and to play soccer,» Bruun-Hanssen said. «Now Djerv has to present its view of the case, and then we have to evaluate possible sanctions against players and the club afterwards. But at the same time as it is important to send a clear message, we are also forced to try to aid Djerv as a club so that they can incorporate persons with multicultural background into the club in the most sensible way.»
The Hetlevik goalkeeper was chased home, and three girls, the youngest aged 11, were subjected to crude sexual insults from some of the Djerv players. Some spectators were threatened with rape. Local football authorities have had some trouble with Djerv 2 before and said the team of Kurdish players might not be allowed to play the two final games of the season.
Ah, so they are Kurds! Good find!
Muslims call Westerners moral degenerates -- what kind of superdegenerates hurl "crude sexual" insults at an 11-year-old girl and threathen spectators with rape?