Gudde about traditional top three: ‘That they were not aware is not right. ‘

The KNVB looks up on the reactions of the clubs to the news that at the end of April there will be experimentation with the audience in the stadiums. PSV, Ajax and Feyenoord announced that they didnt know anything about it: however, the football association has been working on these plans for a long time.
In the last weekend of April, a limited number of audiences are allowed to visit the Eredivisie stadiums. Sportmarketer Chris Woerts had the first Monday evening at Veronica Inside, Tuesday the green light was given. For the traditional top three this decision came as a thunderbolt in the clear sky, but the KNVB sees it differently. โ€œThat they were not aware is not true at all. Last Tuesday, all clubs reported that the security council had given the green light for this,โ€ says Director Eric Gudde at CCEIT Along de Lijn En Omstreken.
A spokesman for the Football Association also tells Football International that the clubs had already been informed at the end of March that this was coming. The thirtieth Eredivisie round had already appeared on a preliminary list of test events. Tuesday it became clear that these events can take place definitively.