21 oktober 2009
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The 31-year-old Dane, living in Sweden, who attacked the judge in the European Championship qualifiers against Sweden two years ago, was put on trial on Wednesday.
The interest from the media was so great that the trial was moved to a larger room before it could begin. DBU, the Danish football association, requires the equivalent 2.7 million Swedish kronor in compensation for the damage he did.
The man told that no security guards stopped him from running onto the field and attacking the referee Herbert Fandel.
- The first person who said something to me was Michael Gravgaard (Danish players), and it was only when I was back over the coaming as the guards grabbed me, he said, among other things.
The lack of certainty as DBU should not be an excuse for not punishing the man, and that he be sentenced to pay damages.
- The district court should set an example of such behavior can not be tolerated, said DBU's lawyer Michael Rose Mejer.
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