Special envoy to Milan
The difficulty of regulating the movement of supporters does not only concern the French authorities. Supporters armed with various objects, bats, crowbars and other smoke bombs, Milan supporters attacked Parisian fans in the Navigli district on Monday, on the eve of Milan-PSG this Tuesday evening (9 p.m.), in the Champions League . We remember that a Newcastle supporter was stabbed in the same area two months ago. The Lombard club was quick to react: “AC Milan condemns all forms of violence: for us football is synonymous with passion, not hatred. Sport is supposed to unite, not divide,” we read in a message posted on social networks. Note that according to the Italian press, the 34-year-old man is not in danger of death after receiving “two stab wounds in the leg”. RMC reports that the person concerned does not have a ticket for the match.
“Tonight, a big Champions League poster is taking place at San Siro. No supporter wishing to express their passion, including when they travel to support their away team, should be attacked or even feel threatened, insists the Minister of Sports, Amélie Oudéa-Castéra, on X (formerly Twitter) . I bring my support and all my wishes for a speedy recovery to the PSG supporter who was violently attacked in Milan this Monday evening. Sports rivalries should never lead to violence. Let's give way to the fervor in the stands and the game on the pitch. Let’s make way for football.” More than 4,000 Parisian supporters will take their seats at San Siro this Tuesday. Their delivery will be closely monitored.
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