The barrabravas of the Parisian club made an unusual announcement by which they will not be present at the stadium in the match that will mark the return of Messi after the suspension for his trip to Arabia.
The most important group of fans of Paris Saint-Germain, “Collectif Ultras Paris”went on strike today and will not attend Stadium Princes Park for next Saturday’s game against Ajaccio which would coincide with the return of Lionel Messi to the team.
The leaders of the group were received by the leadership of the Parisian club and after the meeting they announced on their official channels “total cessation of activities until further notice”.
“The latest events and the state of our common relations with the board lead us to believe that this is the best and only solution that can preserve a common future”assured the Parisian “ultras”.
This group of fans was the one who gathered last week at the door of the club’s offices to express their dissatisfaction with the management of the leadership and in the middle of the protest they insulted Messi, Neymar and the italian Marco Verrati.
For this reason, the club had to strengthen security in the homes of the targeted footballers.
Last monday, Messi returned to training after receiving a two-week ban for traveling without permission to Saudi Arabia.
The captain of the Argentine national team trained on Tuesday and today together with the rest of the team led by Christopher Galtier and he has a good chance of being called up for Saturday’s game against Ajaccio in it Princes Park that he will wear with his main header without fans.
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