Former Premier League player fined for punching fan outside the stadium

Ajax have actually verified that they have actually fined Steven Berghuis for punching a fan outside the arena previously this evening.

The report previously revealed a video of him punching a FC Twente fan after he apparently shouted racist slurs at his colleague Brian Brobbey.

The previous Premier League gamer who quickly bet Watford might be seen blasting the fan following a run-in which saw some words being exchanged right before he prepared to board the bus.

Ajax launched a declaration condemning the gamer’s actions and validating that the gamer has actually been fined for it.

The declaration read (through The Mirror h/t  De Telegraaf):

“Steven reacted in the wrong way. He quickly made this known to [manager] John Heitinga and immediately apologized.”

“Upon arrival at the Arena [Ajax’s home ground], he had a discussion with Heitinga, Edwin van der Sar and Sven Mislintat. They likewise wished to hear his side of the story.

“The conclusion is that his reaction was wrong and that Ajax disapproves. He has been fined.”

The gamer likewise launched a declaration of this own where he exposed that abuses were tossed at him which activated his response. And although he does not discuss anything about the slurs being racist in nature however he does mean something distressing being stated to him.

He stated (through The Mirror):

“I regret my action, I should not have done this.”

“After every away game we get a lot of curses thrown at us at the bus, while we make time to hand out autographs to fans who ask for it. I’m used to it now, but people think they can shout anything.

“My response doesn’t solve anything, I understand that. It is not good, I have an exemplary function as an Ajax player.”



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