Soccer J1 Tokushima Vortis identified a supporter of Vortis who performed inappropriate acts such as yelling out during a ceremony to commemorate the players after the match with Shonan Bellmare last week. Admission is prohibited due to the deadline.
According to Voltis, after the match against Shonan Bellmare in Hiratsuka, Kanagawa Prefecture on November 27, during a ceremony to commemorate Riuler of Bellmare, who was announced to have died of heart failure in November, he went to the stadium. One of the Voltis supporters who was there shouted out the wrong words.
Vortis identified the supporter as "a disrespectful and inappropriate statement," and said that the act of yelling in the stadium violated the guidelines for dealing with the new coronavirus. In addition, it has announced that it will ban admission to all games managed by the J Club indefinitely.
Kazuhiro Kishida, President of Tokushima Vortis, said, "Many people are watching the game while observing the rules and manners. Under such circumstances, we regret this act and took it seriously and took a strict response. ".Keywords: