- 29 Oct 2014 8:00 AM
He criticised the law for introducing special ID cards for fans and entry control systems at stadiums, due to which persons “of dubious reputation” get to handle fans’ personal details.
Apáti initiated consultations between club managers, the Hungarian Football Association, lawmakers and fans. He promised to deliver to government officials the petition that was originally planned to be submitted at a protest on Sunday.
In the petition addressed to Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, the fans recognised the government’s merits in developing the infrastructure of Hungarian soccer but complained about what they called “anti-fan legal regulations” that scared away the most enthusiastic fans from matches.
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