But the cheeks and the increasingly violent divergence of the hard fan core and the club responsible continue to cause strains in Vienna favorites.
With a variety of banners and no support for the team, the fans shared with them, what they think of the recent actions of the club. The Tenor: "Board out!"
The fan scene spoke up in advance of the game with an open letter to word at a meeting outside the stadium before the kick-off were also internally addressed the current problems and adopted measures.
Beer donation from Ilzer, then self-critical, but also direct words "
According to the leading fan clubs of the East stand, "honest, self-critical, but also direct words" were dropped.
No debate – fans seek blame at the FAK
"But as the club had just before the meeting aligned that the players but not as agreed time would have, but would have to video analysis, the appointment was canceled again," said the fans.
Borders crossed with fireworks against LASK
One is aware that with the fireworks on the field "borders were crossed, which do not fit into the club picture and internally beaten some people over the strings".
The action is said to have caused some discussion within the hard core of the violet fans.
Fans shoot at sporting director: "Muhr must go!"
The fans shot at sports director Ralf Muhr.
"Muhr must go!", So the unanimous opinion. In addition, "transparency and disclosure of the finances of the association" is required. All fans and members should have access.
Also various fan topics were discussed, such as the dismantling of the micro-plant in the second rank of the East Stand or the fact that there is no room in the stadium where is made on choreos.
It is also planned to have one Fan-demo.
Source of text: © LAOLA1.at
Protest! Austria fans demand: Board out!
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