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Ajax currently 2-1 down at Vitesse Arnhem in their first game.
2-2 15 mins left.
I’m hearing @MagnificentSeven is at this totally blacked up in support of Charlie Musonda.
That’s disgusting & I can’t believe you’ve just put that on a public forum.
It’s ‘Charly’ not ‘Charlie’
Sorry was texting my dealer before I posted that.
Sorry for the delay in getting back to you...was just replying to a text.
Can you drop it off then?
On my way...just washing my face
The stadium at AZ Alkmaar roof has collapsed
Imagine if this happened during a match.
The police cannot provide more information at this time. On Twitter you can see on photos that part of the roof has ended up in the gallery.
AZ trained today in an indoor hall because code yellow was issued in Alkmaar. General manager Robert Eenhoorn received a phone call around half past five with the message that the roof had collapsed. ,, This surprised us all. We are very shocked. The first thing you hope is that there were no people in the stadium at that time. Fortunately that was the case. We can speak of luck in that regard. ”
On Thursday, the home match with FC Marioepol is scheduled in the third qualifying round of the Europa League. The question is whether this match can be played in Alkmaar. "We have a big problem," acknowledges Eenhoorn. ,, Everything will have to be investigated first. I just spoke briefly with the municipality, the fire brigade and the police, but we can't say much. We do not yet know what exactly happened. No matches will be played in the stadium if the situation is not safe, "continued Eenhoorn. "As soon as we know more about our upcoming duels, we will report that as soon as possible."
The stadium has room for just over 17,000 supporters and was opened in 2006. In 2011, FC Twente's roof partially collapsed. Two people were killed at the time.
VAR making a complete * of the Vitesse Arnhem v Zwolle game as per usual.