Good news for Neymar. Unlike the match against Nîmes, two weeks earlier, supporters of Virage Auteuil have ignored the situation of the Brazilian in the future still uncertain. No banner asking him to leave. That's good, the brazilian genius is still far from preparing his suitcase.
On this hot summer evening, the ultra Parisians have preferred to focus their messages to the authorities and the Minister of Sports Roxana Maracineanu. They launched insults against the League, the same ones that caused the interruption of the match in Brest on Saturday. But before the kick-off … Then they deployed various banners: "Homophobia arrested: the championship of the demagogy has also taken over", "Stop the ultraphobia", "Roxana swim against the current".
They also sang, especially for Edinson Cavani when he came out injured in the 11th minute. And even stronger for … Choupo-Moting after his incredible first goal (50th). Will they ever recite for Neymar? Perhaps.
"A player like that, we will not have ten"
With their jersey flocked on behalf of the Brazilian, Vicky, 41, and Nolan, 10, are ready to do so. "The situation is a shame for Paris, slip the father. A player like that, we will not have ten. Will Mbappé reach this level? I especially hope it comes from Bondy. "
Mbappé, the only Parisian to have flocked jerseys on sale in the official shops around the Park. Neymar? "It would be nice if he causes him," remarks Thomas, 45, regretting the silence of the Brazilian number 10. "He does not invest to stay," laments his son Dahan, 13, jersey Mbappé on the back. Mathéo, 19, who accompanies them adds: "The only thing to say is that it's a shame because it plays on the image of the club. And it's long … "
"Insult a club player, it's totally stupid"
In any case, the atmosphere pacified Neymar, Arnaud, 48, supporter of the club since 1993 and shirt of the Opel era on the back, appreciated. "To insult a player of the club I find it totally stupid! ", He launches referring to the treatment of the first game in the Park.
However, he does not spare the Brazilian. "His situation affects me," he says. Because he does anything this boy. Even if every morning his colleagues tell him that the Parisian "must leave", Arnaud is formal: "From the beginning I am sure he will stay. But hey, the return to reality is going to be hard for him … Especially, if he stays, he will have to take his time with him, go little by little to get it back in February and maybe he can finally make us an end of season … "