The Collectif Ultras Paris will continue to show its dissatisfaction on Sunday at the Parc des Princes, during the 30th day of L1.
«Maybe it’s time to let go of those bad feelings, remembering what happened“Said Mauricio Pochettino this Saturday, in the form of a message to Parisian supporters. The Argentine coach thus called for unity, failing to hope for a reconciliation with the PSG Ultras. All with a view to the title of champion of France which is reaching out to the Parisians. “With the support of the supporters, it will be easier to win this match, this important title in the eyes of all“, he added again at a press conference, on the eve of this meeting of the 30th day of Ligue 1 against FC Lorient. Except that Kylian Mbappé and company will have to give up on the support of their supporters this time again.
In one communicated published this Saturday, the Collectif Ultras Paris confirms its intention to “continue to express (his) dissatisfaction in the forum without violence. We will therefore be present, but silent, because they do not deserve better“, thunders the CUP, which had already expressed its anger against Bordeaux (3-0), first match after the elimination in the Champions League on the ground of Real Madrid (3-1). We imagine that the mock match in Monaco (3-0), just before the international break, didn’t really help things…
Hechter jersey and new organization chart
The reasons for the wrath of the Ultras are in any case deeper than that. The CUP claims that “the athlete is placed at the heart of the project and no longer the marketing, which necessarily involves the perpetuation of the Hechter jersey as a strong symbol of the club’s identity, season after season“. Recalling that they will continueto favor a constructive and demanding dialogue“, said Ultras reaffirm that”the club needs a new breath necessarily going through a new organization chart“. They bluntly demanded the departure of Nasser Al-Khelaïfi and the entire management during this lunar match against the Girondins. In the meantime, Paris will try to increase its lead in the L1 standings and get closer to what would be a tenth title of champion of France, as much as the record holders from Saint-Etienne.