This decision also concerns "hand and women" and will last "until further notice". In a statement published on Wednesday, the Collectif Ultras Paris (CUP) decreed "the total cessation of [its] activities", in the face of a situation deemed "extremely serious".
This announcement comes after a meeting with the management of PSG, with whom relations have been further strained since the action of the CUP in front of the club's headquarters on May 3, and another improvised rally in Bougival (Yvelines), in front of Neymar's home.
Press release of May 10, 2023.@PSG_inside @A_N_Supporters pic.twitter.com/ZTwHjE7hVp
— Collectif Ultras Paris (@Co_Ultras_Paris) May 10, 2023
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In reaction, the Parisian leaders had blocked half of the 900 tickets intended for supporters for the Ligue 1 match in Troyes (1-3), Sunday night.
Communication not totally broken
"We will no longer be present at the Parc des Princes or on the move," writes the CUP. Recent events and the state of our relationship with management lead us to believe that this is the best and only solution that can safeguard a common future. »
The door is not completely closed, however, since the collective, which wishes "the best to all the teams" of the club, says it is ready to review its positions, if the PSG brings "clear answers on several points".
- Paris-Saint-Germain (PSG)