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Dutch Hockey Games Sees Player And Referee Try To Leave Ice To Help Dad Fighting In The Stand

Dutch Hockey Games Sees Player And Referee Try To Leave Ice To Help Dad Fighting In The Stand

Hockey players are no strangers to a fight – but you don’t expect that to spill over into the fans too.

In a Dutch hockey league game earlier in the week between the Geleen Smoke Eaters and Eindhoven, a fight broke out in the stand between a group of fans and a 17-year-old youth player.

When that fight was split-up by the boy’s father, two men jumped him and he ended up taking a heavy fall to the floor:

That’s when his two other sons, one a player and the other a referee in the match, tried desperately to get out into the stands to defend their father.

It’s just a shame they never made it out to make the whole thing really entertaining.

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