Hundreds of Málaga CF fans staged riots this Saturday after the team’s match against Ibiza in protest against the club’s relegation to the First RFEF after 25 years in professional football, which has motivated the action of the Police.
There have been no injuries and no arrests have been made.according to what police sources have informed EFE, and the agents have had to act to facilitate the exit from the club’s premises.
Riot police officers from the National Police have been deployed in the vicinity of La Rosaleda Stadium after the match. Protesting supporters chanted slogans like “mercenary footballers” and garbage containers were overturned in the nearby streets, one of which was burned.
Some 3,000 fans remained in the stadium stands after the match ended, especially in the so-called “entertainment stand” where members of Malaguista supporters clubs are located, who They demanded that the players return to the field.
After almost an hour and without the footballers appearing, the fans left the facilities, but many moved to the parking area where the players had to leave the venuethey shouted protests against club leaders and the agents had to disperse the concentrates.
Málaga and Ibiza starred this Saturday the party of the descendedwhich ended with a draw at one goal, after a horrible season.
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