PSV Eindhoven Fan Sentenced to 3 Months in Prison for Attack on FC Sevilla Goalkeeper

A follower of the Dutch football club PSV Eindhoven has been punished to 3 months in prison for a strike on the goalkeeper of the Spanish association FC Seville.
On top of that, the 20-year-old man has to not go into the location around the Philips Stadium in Eindhoven for 2 years, the court evaluated in’s- Hertogenbosch.


A month of the jail sentence was suspended.
Throughout the Europa League duel in Eindhoven, the man went to the field on February 23 in the final phase and also had struck goalkeeper Marko Dmitrovich from behind.
He had put a strike in his back as well as likewise attempted to hit him in the face.
The goalkeeper had the ability to rapidly bewilder the male and toss it to the ground.
Security guards after that brought the Dutch off the field.

The found guilty had actually breached a restriction on stadium and location and had additionally faced the field drunk.
His actions have nothing to do with football, as the judge located.
It is definitely disrespectful in the direction of the sufferer, the football clubs as well as all actual fans of PSV.
The opponent had actually regretted the event in court, yet did not desire to discuss exactly how he had stayed clear of the stadium restriction.
After the assault, he was rejected by his employer and is no more welcome in the PSV fan club.