If there is something that can put the feelings in fire in adult men, it is football.
And it is not only that which takes place within kridtstregerne that can get fans up in the red field.
It got the players from Bordeaux and Nimes to mark during Tuesday's showdown in the French Ligue 1.
the Supporters are unhappy with the american investors. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix
Here selected the match referee Clément Turpin, to interrupt the fight that had been initiated in a vicious atmosphere, already after ten minutes of play, when a small group of Bordeaux ultras stormed the pitch.
Tonight's Bordeaux vs Nîmes momentarily suspended as the Bordeaux ultras storm the pitch 10 minutes in - they are angry with the board & the lack of clarity about ownership.— Get French Football News (@GFFN) December 3, 2019
its adherents ' anger was due, according to the French media 24matins.fr the fight had been prevented to bring a protestbanner directed against the club's president, Frédéric Longuépée.
the Bordeaux supporters are utlifredse with the facts about the ownership, according to the u.s. investment firm King Street Capital has bought into the club.
the Players had to briefly leave the pitch before the match could be resumed. Photo:
They are uncertain of u.s. intentions, and looks both klubpræsident Longuépée and the club's commercial director, Antony Thiodet, as useful stooges for the american pengemænd.
Several players, including captain Laurent Koscielny tried to talk on the scene to calm down, and after a 20-minute interruption, the fight could be resumed.
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