DVSC received a fine from the disciplinary committee of the Hungarian Football Association (MLSZ) on Tuesday for repeated disorderly conduct of its fans.
According to the MLSZ website, the leading club in Debrecen was punished because its supporters shouted outrageous, obscene expressions at away league matches against Ferencváros and Kisvárda. The amount of the fine was not disclosed.
In connection with the Ferencváros-Újpest match, the committee initiated disciplinary proceedings against both sports organizations for disturbing supporters, including the use of pyrotechnics and shouting outrageous, obscene terms.
Yoell van Nieff (Puskás Academy) and Abdoulaye Diaby (Újpest), who were exhibited in the seventh round of the OTP Bank League, were banned from each league match.
The committee ordered Diósgyőr in the second division to pay a fine on the basis of a consolidated procedure, and ordered the closure of five sectors of DVTK Stadium for the next Hungarian NB II match, because were used.