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PSG Fans Target Parc Des Princes Stadium And Training Ground As Supporters Turn Against The Club

PSG Fans Target Parc Des Princes Stadium And Training Ground As Supporters Turn Against The Club

Paris Saint-Germain fans are making themselves heard after another disappointing Champions League exit.

Paris Saint-Germain fans have sprayed graffiti at the club's stadium and training complex, calling for president Nasser Al-Khelaifi and sporting director Leonardo to leave.

The Parisians are 15 points clear at the top of Ligue One but supporters have reacted angrily to another disappointing Champions League exit.

PSG were leading 2-0 on aggregate with thirty minutes to go in the round of 16 clash with Real Madrid but collapsed at the Santiago Bernabeu, where Karim Benzema scored a stunning hat-trick to sink the French outfit.

Against Bordeaux, the team's game after the dismal defeat, fans jeered and whistled both Lionel Messi and Neymar.

Image: PA
Image: PA

And PSG fans have continued to turn on the club, particularly the top brass. CulturePSG have posted an image of vandalism at the Parc des Princes.

"Nasser, Leo out," was sprayed on a wall outside, along with a phrase that roughly translates to "far from our land".

"Paris will never be Qatari” and “Paris is us” were also spray-painted, while the 'NTM' section basically means "f*ck your mother" in when translated into English.

And at the club's training ground was also hit with graffiti. At the side of the Camp des Loges complex, another message read, '10 years of mediocrity' - referring to Al-Khelaifi and the Qatar Sports Investment group.

The graffiti had to be wiped by a city cleaning team.

Ahead of the win over Bordeaux, the club's ultras had announced they would make their feelings clear towards Al-Khelaifi.

"We ask all the lovers of the club to unite in our actions without violence," a statement from Collectif Ultras Paris members read, as per MARCA.

"We don't have a short memory. We know what our return owes to president Nasser Al-Khelaifi but it is clear he is not the man for the job.

"The club's current situation requires complete reorganisation at all levels going forward and the daily presence of its president."

Although PSG are about to win the league for a tenth time, their early Champions League exit and shock elimination from the French Cup means manager Mauricio Pochettino is destined to leave the club this summer.

Featured Image Credit: Image: CulturePSG

Topics: Lionel Messi, Paris Saint-Germain, Neymar, Ligue 1

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