Wednesday, December 28, 2011

He Made Ajax Match Stop

Dutch Cup match between Ajax and AZ Alkmaar, who canceled last Wednesday after a spectator ran on the field and tried to attack the AZ goalkeeper Esteban Alvarado, will be repeated in a closed session on January 19, it was announced the Dutch Football Federation (KNVB) said on Wednesday.

The incident on December 22 that resulted in Costa Rica goalkeeper was red carded for kicking twice supporters, who then escorted out of the field by police.

AZ coach Gertjan Verbeek led his players off the field following the incident to complain about the lack of security in the Ajax Amsterdam Arena stadium.

Round of 16 match, which was won by Ajax 1-0, and then canceled before halftime.

"The Federation does not want to risk anything about this game while ensuring that the competition continues," the KNVB said in a statement that explains the decision to hold a rematch without an audience.

KNVB, who has since canceled a red card for Alvarado, also fined 10,000 euros for Ajax and said the club is facing additional matches behind closed doors - although there are parts of the sanctions were suspended.

An appeal from Ajax on penalties they must be made before January 2, AFP reported.

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