the Rumors that Red Bull is interested in going into in Brøndby, has not been well received in the Area.
Many Brøndby fans have reacted strongly on the story and on the Sydsidenbrondby wrote the active fanscene earlier in the week an open letter, where the fans very clearly told what they meant:
'Red Bull stands for all that we abhor'.
Better Danmarksserie, lortespillere and no money, than to sell the soul, values and traditions of energidrikspenge!!— Sebastian O. Andersen (@andersen_1964) January 21, 2020
For #Brøndby! - against Red Bull! pic.twitter.com/Fe2YmxOJUm
There have during the week been protestbannere at Brøndby Stadium, and Friday night they got blågule supporters backing from both Dortmund and Cologne fans.
The two clubs met in the Bundesliga, and both groups of fans used the opportunity to give their Danish fankolleger moral support in the fight against the austrian musician Dietrich Mateschitz.
Red Bull is in German fankredse very unpopular. The owner of the club Rasenballsport Leipzig, even though the groups are not really allowed to own football clubs in Germany.
But Red Bull got convoluted up around the special German 50+1 rule (moderklubben must be in possession of at least 50 per cent. plus an extra of stemmeandelene in the clubs, there is organisede as a limited liability company), and it has made the club unpopular all other places than in the city of Leipzig.
German fans show regularly their contempt for the RB Leipzig, and the rumors from Denmark gave them yet another opportunity.
There is a fanvenskab between Dortmund and Bolton, and from the iconic Südtribune have before supported the Brøndby-fans.
In connection with the match against FC Cologne could see several banners that supported the Brøndby-its adherents ' case.
I have already seen them but if not then comes Dortmund greeting for Brondby right here. pic.twitter.com/cugG7ZJYot— bulibold.dk (@bulibold) January 24, 2020
’Always yellow and blue, always Brøndby IF, never the Red Bull’ stood there on the one, ’Fuck RB!’ was the message conveyed on a second, while there was ’finger away from Brøndby IF!’ on a third banner.
Also at guests ' section there was a banner that gave Brøndby-dance backing.
Red Bull-billionaire Dietrich Mateschitz got to know that he should keep the fingers away from Brøndby IF.
Jetzt stimmen auch die Kölner in the Red-Bull-Protest ein. #BVBKOE @FunkeSport pic.twitter.com/mprs2LZKq1— Christian Woop (@ChristianWoop) January 24, 2020
most Recently Brøndby-player Kasper Fisker is mixed in the debate with a tweet about Liverpool, which has a very clear reference to the story about a possible Red Bull-took in Brøndby.
I am not a fan of Liverpool, but I have wondered something about the biggest club in England in the 70's and 80's. The club was without a championship in 30 years. My guess is however, that many of their fans are very happy that they have not changed the logo, color and name out in their difficult period.— Kasper Fisker (@KasperFisker1) January 25, 2020
It is certainly not inconceivable that several German groups of fans will send anything but a friendly greeting to the Red Bull in connection with Saturday's matches in the Bundesliga.
the Match between Dortmund and FC Cologne ended up in addition with a 5-1 victory for the home team after two scores by the Norwegian teenagesensation Erlin Braut Haaland.
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