Over the weekend, there was plenty of criticism directed towards the Collectif Ultras Group (CUP). During Paris Saint-Germain’s friendly versus Waasland-Beveren, most members wore no mask and weren’t social distancing amid the coronavirus crisis.
As a result, the president of the CUP, Romain Mabille, spoke with Le Parisien to clear the matter and state that they’re not irresponsible. Furthermore, the capital club spoke with the group to avoid another situation like that at the Parc des Princes.
The CUP will have an opportunity to display that they’ve learned their lesson as L’Equipe reports that there will be 600 Ultras in attendance on Tuesday versus Celtic FC.
It’s no secret that as soon as the match starts against the Scottish Premiership champions, all eyes will be on the club’s most passionate supporters. Mabille stated in his interview with Le Parisien that the group would come out and demonstrate responsible behavior.
Furthermore, he added that they were figuring out the best formula to make sure that they follow the rules. We’ll see if the Ultras will follow through with their presidents’ comments.
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