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Standard's Ultras explain what they plan to do in the coming weeks - Football News

Standard’s Ultras explain what they plan to do in the coming weeks – Football News

He was tired of the hard core of Standard. The situation surrounding owner 777 Partners forced them to take action. That’s why they banned the home match against Westerlo. They promised in a statement to take further action, but would not go any further.

After all, there was a fear that the team would also spoil matches against Ghent and KV Mechelen. That would be extremely disastrous for the club, because three defeats would also mean direct relegation.

Ultras Inferno 1996 group, Hard Core, made it clear in their statement that they would not go that far. They do not want the club to be relegated to the second division.

“There will be more events until the end of the season,” wrote Ultras Inferno 1996, “but it is clear that the next matches can be played.”

They stressed, “We are not proud that we had to boycott a match, but we did what we had to do. We must put an end to the 777 era. The club must be sold as soon as possible.”

The standard is in dirty securities as their owner has been taken to different courts and a storm of charges hangs over their heads. A sale is the only thing that can pull Standard out of the quagmire.

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