Danish fan fined 250.000 for attacking Fandel

A Danish fan has to pay the national FA a fine of about 250.000 euro’s. He attacked German referee Herbert Fandel in 2007’s match between Danmark and Sweden.

Danish FA confirmed the court ruling that the man has to pay them because of the damage the FA suffered from the incident. According to DBU Secretary Jim Stjerne Hansen the fan has ‘attacked Danish football integrity’.

The match was abandoned with 3:3 on the scoreboard by referee Fandel. Uefa decided that Sweden wins the match with 0:3.

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