After the protests of a group of ultras of the Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) against Lionel Messi, Neymar and Marco Verratti in front of the gates Camp des Loges and the addresses of these footballers, from the club they decided reinforce security both in the training center and in the residences of each of the targeted.
On Wednesday afternoon, several hundred fans gathered in front of the PSG headquarters in Boulogne-Billancourt to express his dissatisfaction with the club’s results, insulting some players such as the Italian, the Brazilian and the Argentine, as well as the coach Christophe Galtier.
Some of them also showed up dressed in black at the door of the residence of neymarinjured until the end of the season, in Bougival – periphery of Paris-, singing hostile chants such as “Neymar, get out”, indicated a French media outlet, which also added that they expressed their desire to “want to repeat” their action every afternoon.
The protesters dispersed “quietly a few minutes after his arrival”, without “any willingness to confront the police,” witnesses said.
“Don’t let people put you in their storm, put them in our peace”wrote the Brazilian in his account instagram minutes after the demonstration in front of his house.
The fans’ frustration with the club’s stars, with Messi and Neymar at the head, it has been palpable for a long time, especially after the eliminations in Champions League (eighth against Real Madrid in 2022 and also eighth against Bayern Munich in 2023) and even more with the Argentine star after his World Cup consecration against France in Qatar 2022.
“He Paris Saint-Germain strongly condemns the intolerable and insulting acts of a small group of individuals that took place on Wednesday”, the club reacted through an official statement. “Whatever the discrepancies, nothing can justify such acts. The club gives its full support to its players, to its management and to all the people affected by these shameful behaviours”, he continued.
These events occurred three days after the defeat against Lorient at the Parc des Princes (3-1)the Parisian club’s third in the last four home games.
“We are sincerely concerned about the future and sustainability of our club,” lamented the Collectif Ultras Paris (CUP) through a letter, wondering “if there is still a pilot on the plane”.
“The message we want to express is that the season is ridiculous. Since the winter market was completely unsuccessful up to the benefits on the pitch, we have players who don’t fight for our colours, who don’t respect the club,” he explained on Wednesday. an amateur, Evan Sarnato the French medium.
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