Empty stands – fans protest

Empty stands – fans protest

On Saturday afternoon, the stage was set for a local match between AIK Fotball and Brommapojkarna (BP).

But the AIK fans' stands were empty.

Instead of enthusiastic fans, the players were greeted with a banner criticizing BP's management.

“Today's silence is a reminder from AIK to all pumps pumped. Respect union democracy. Members run Swedish football. Not you,” read the banner hung by AIK supporters on the short side of the Tele2 stadium where the match was played.

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The reason for the boycott by AIK depends on BP's position on the VAR issue.

The club voted for Al-Ittihad against var.

Coach: Norwegian AIK coach Henning Berg during the Swedish Superliga football match between Brommabojkarna and AIK.  Photo: Jesper Zerman Bildeberan

Coach: Norwegian AIK coach Henning Berg during the Swedish Superliga football match between Brommabojkarna and AIK. Photo: Jesper Zerman Bildeberan
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Former Norwegian footballer Henning Berg took over coaching responsibility for AIK in July last year after being sacked as coach of Paphos FC.

“We respect their position,” Berg adds. Express.

Full argument: - I got very angry

Full argument: – I got very angry


Ola Danhardt, a member of the BP Board of Directors, stirred emotions with his statement on why BP voted the way it did.

– Now some clubs want to stop the democratic process even before it happens, Danhard told Expressen.

Saturday's match was moved to Tele2 Arena, specifically to be able to accommodate a larger audience. But it didn't work out that way.

The match ended 2-2.

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