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OM-PSG: “He has to stop”, Bougheraba criticizes Longoria and defends his controversial tifo

“I think they are creating a false controversy.

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OM-PSG: “He has to stop”, Bougheraba criticizes Longoria and defends his controversial tifo

“I think they are creating a false controversy. The real controversy is OM's level of play. It’s not the tifo Redouane Bougheraba.” Signed... Redouane Bougheraba, this Monday at the microphone of RMC. The comedian responded to criticism aimed at the tifo bearing his image deployed on Sunday evening by Marseille supporters, during the Classic lost against PSG (0-2).

The tribute surprised many Internet users on social networks, but not only that. RMC Sport argued this Monday that certain OM leaders, including Spanish President Pablo Longoria, were not aware of this initiative. Our colleagues even spoke of “tension” and “anger” within the club. An internal investigation would have been opened in order to “find out how this project could have been validated”.

“When I hear that the president is not aware, it makes me laugh,” asserts Redouane Bougheraba. I am from Marseillais, I was born from Marseillais, ten years ago I was at the stadium and in ten years I will be at the stadium. For the so-called leaders, I think that in ten years some will no longer be there. And ten years ago, they weren't there. We have to stop, it's just supporters paying tribute to another supporter. We are proud. How many Marseillais are going to do the Vélodrome?”

On tour with his show “On m’appelle Marseille” and starring in season 4 of the show “LOL: who laughs, come out!” broadcast on Prime Video, the actor also defended himself against any idea of ​​a commercial tifo on the part of the South Winners, one of the main groups of supporters of the club. “That's not true. They (the leaders) are aware of everything,” he assures.

Criticisms from club supporters also concerned the timing of this tifo, four years to the day after the disappearance of Pape Diouf, president between 2005 and 2009. “Pape Diouf we respect him but this is a matter of chance,” assures Bougheraba , according to whom the operation should have been deployed against Shakhtar in the Europa League. It was not to disrespect Pape Diouf, Gerets or Eric Di Meco or any Marseille player. It’s just that it’s a combination of circumstances.”

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