“At the end of the FC Dordrecht-MVV Maastricht game, Dordrecht player Seydine N’Diaye was confronted with racist noises from the MVV grandstand”, the Limburgers said in a response. “Saturday morning, two young men who traveled to Dordrecht have come into view, who are responsible for this. On Monday there will be consultations between KNVB, MVV and the Public Prosecution Service. From MVV, these two boys will in any case receive a stadium ban.”
“We do not tolerate any form of discrimination,” says general manager Erik Noor, who was directly involved in the investigation during the night from Friday to Saturday, on the MVV website under the headline. Two racist boys are being tackled† ‘People like that don’t belong in a stadium. Not in Maastricht or in any other city.’ Noor also tried to contact N’Diaye on Saturday to apologize on behalf of MVV. That has not yet worked.”
After a break, the players finished the game by kneeling on the field. N’Diaye wasn’t there anymore, he was already in the shower.