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Ultras Spartak set off fireworks against Slovan in the stands, they were only moved as a punishment. The ban on the union was thus unnecessary

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Ultras Spartak set off fireworks against Slovan in the stands, they were only moved as a punishment.  The ban on the union was thus unnecessary

On Sunday afternoon, about an hour before the derby between Spartak Trnava and Slovan Bratislava, a sullen fan in red and black stood in front of the Anton Malatinský Stadium.

“We wanted to go to a football game, but there weren’t that many places. The union closed a quarter of the stadium. And that supposedly football is made for the fans,” he shouted into the phone with a strong Trnava accent.

The Disciplinary Commission of the Slovak Football Association punished the Trnava club by closing the north stand even after the mutual match with Slovan in October.

The reason was precisely the behavior of the fans. In this case, especially those from Trnava, even if the Slavists were not without fault either.

After half a year, the rivals met again in Trnava. Slovan already as a certain champion, Spartak as the current second team in the table.

The meeting attracted 8037 spectators. Slovan won the third of four duels with Trnava, turning the score of the match from 0:1 to 2:1 after halftime.

After the match, we spoke to the goal scorers on both sides. Neither Matúš Vojtko nor Michal Ďuriš knew why the grandstand was closed and criticized the decision.

Fireworks were set off over the players

Slovan and Spartak fans have good days and bad days. They know how to create an electrifying atmosphere, but also fight directly on the playing field during the match, like in October 2021.

Perhaps also thanks to the strong support of the stands, Slovan became the league champion for the sixth time in a row, while Trnava can win the cup for the third time in a row. Both clubs advanced to the group stage of the European competition this season. So they are doing well in terms of sports.

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At the same time, however, clubs have to pay high fines almost regularly and face punishments such as closed sectors or matches without spectators.

On Sunday, the game was played in front of an empty grandstand, where Spartak’s ultras usually take care of the atmosphere.

The union closed ten sectors for their repeated gross unsportsmanlike behavior. Spartak reacted in such a way that

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