Controversy surrounds Friday’s match between Paris Saint-Germain and Brest. In addition to the exorbitant prices of tickets, the Prefet du Finistère, the regional government body, has banned the wearing of the shirts of Parisian clubs near the Stade Francis Le Ble.
The decree published by the French also specified that fans of the club in the capital are not allowed to watch the match outside the supervised places, that is, outside the stadium or the car park supervised by the authorities. This is due to the ban on access to the venue from 12:00 until 19:30 this Friday “for any fan of Paris Saint-Germain or anyone who acts as such”. That is, the wearing of T-shirts and other signs of Paris Saint-Germain is prohibited in the vicinity of the stadium.
The statement also prohibited the transportation and possession of torches and fireworks tools from 12 noon, as well as the consumption, transportation and sale of alcoholic beverages on public roads between 5 pm and 9 pm.
The match was classified as Tier 1 by the National Riot Division of the Ministry of the Interior, which prompted the organization to take these measures.
In addition, the fear of Avalanche A real fan of the club in the capital, where ticket prices rose absurdly last Wednesday. on sites ebayAnd beautiful corner or not the shop Act Facebook social networking site Tickets for resale appeared … between 100 and 150 euros. The remote possibility of seeing Messi’s debut would have contributed to the sales volume, but that debut is now ruled out.
🚨 It is forbidden to wear any Paris Saint-Germain team shirt and no Parisian fans have been accepted as of Friday at 12 noon near the Le Blé stadium
Smoking is prohibited from 12 noon to midnight
🍺 Alcohol is prohibited from 5 pm.
– Nicolas Blanzat (@nblanzat) August 19, 2021
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