Monchi asks fans to avoid crowds to watch the derby

Sevilla-Betis next Thursday (22:00) will mark the return of the competition in Spain and a game of this nature usually causes quite a few crowds of fans. For this reason, due to the impossibility of having a public in the derby, the sports director of Seville has asked Sevilla and the football fan in general in the city not to meet to avoid crowds that later have to regret.

“There is a regulation and it allows a number of people to meet and I think that the ideal is for everyone to see it at home and encourage it from home. There are many ways to cheer, like social media. We have to respect the situation. You can not come to the field and there can be no crowds, “said the Seville executive in the advance of an interview in‘ Cuatro ’.

“We have to follow the guidelines we have followed so far and see what the Government and the Ministry of Health dictate. It has gone well for us and we will follow that line. The important thing is not that the fan returns, the important thing is that he returns with the necessary safety standards, “added Monchi.

The security forces are proposing a device foreseeing that the hobbies, particularly the most radical animation groups such as the 'biris' in the case of the Sevilla fans and the 'supporters' by the Betics, can lead massive gatherings with the possibility of incidents occur.