March 27, 2023

In disagreement with the position of the mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo, who refuses to sell the Parc des Princes to PSG, the Collectif Ultras Paris (CUP) unfurled a scathing banner in front of the town hall of Paris, a few hours before the League match . 1 PSG-Reims, this Sunday evening (8:45 p.m.) Porte d’Auteuil.

The climate is still as tense between PSG and Anne Hidalgo. At the heart of the tensions, the Parc des Princes. Owned by Paris City Hall, the stadium that hosts Paris Saint-Germain’s home games is too small for the taste of the ambitious Qatari leaders. The club would like to buy it back in order to carry out major work to increase its capacity from 48,000 to 60,000 seats. Problem, Anne Hidalgo refuses to sell it, angering QSI who is seriously considering moving to another stadium. Unacceptable for Parisian supporters who, too, are in total disagreement with the position of the mayor of Paris.

“Take care of the sidewalks, leave the Park to us”

Thursday, the Collectif Ultras Paris, through the voice of its president, had already replied curtly after the mayor of Paris had declared on France 2 that PSG was his club. “It’s neither your club, nor your city, nor your stadium, had railed Romain Mabille on Instagram. If you want to be the star, we’ll soon put you in the spotlight. »

From words to deeds, the CUP took action overnight from Saturday to Sunday. A few hours before the PSG-Reims match this Sunday evening at the Parc des Princes, the ultra Parisians unfurled a huge banner at the foot of the town hall of Paris, in the 4th arrondissement of the Capital: “Take care of the sidewalks, leave it to us. Park”, can we read on this banner whose photos were relayed this Sunday on social networks with the mention “Act 1…”

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