Tokushima Vortis of soccer J1 apologized for improper acts such as loud shouts by Vortis supporters during the ceremony to commemorate the players after the match with Shonan Bellmare on the 27th of this month.

Vortis played against Bellmare in Hiratsuka, Kanagawa on the 27th of this month and won 1-0.



According to Vortis, Vortis supporters at the stadium shouted inappropriate words during a post-match ceremony to commemorate Bellmare's Riuler, who was announced to have died of heart failure on the 24th of this month. I was screaming.



Kazuhiro Kishida, President of Tokushima Vortis, said that it was an "inappropriate remark that lacked respect" and "deeply apologized for causing a great deal of inconvenience to everyone involved in Shonan Bellmare. I apologize on the official website.



On top of that, he said that the act of yelling out in the stadium is "an act that violates the J.League's new coronavirus response guidelines and cannot be overlooked as a club", and identifies the supporter in question and responds rigorously. ..

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