PSG Ultras charged against Lionel Messi and Neymar

PSG Ultras
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The discontent of the supporters of PSG with the club and all that surrounds it was visible in the demonstration organized by the Collectif Ultras Paris which took place on Wednesday in the streets of the French capital.

Parisian supporters manifested themselves in front of the headquarters of PSG and even went the distance reaching the home of Parisian star and Brazil international Neymar (in the Yvelines), comprehensively reported Le Parisien late on Wednesday.

And at the end of the day, PSG (the full organization) will have the last word on everything with the supporters having little to do about that--but a lot to say and show, indeed.

The capital club reacted on Wednesday evening to demonstrations by Parisian supporters in front of its headquarters in Boulogne-Billancourt and in front of Neymar's home in Bougival in the Yvelines. A few insults rang out during the first rally, and they also reached the windows of Neymar's house later in the day.

The club defended itself and its players, releasing a note that said: “Paris Saint-Germain condemns in the strongest terms the intolerable and insulting actions of a small group of individuals, which took place this Wednesday." The note was published shortly before midnight.

"Whatever the different opinions are among the fans, nothing can justify such acts. The club gives its full support to its players, its management, and to all those concerned by these shameful behaviors," the press release continued.

Neymar, Lionel Messi, Marco Verratti, Christophe Galtier, and Nasser Al-Kheleifi, targeted by the CUP

Around 200 PSG supporters part of the infamous CUP organization gathered at 6 p.m. in front of the club's headquarters. Lionel Messi (suspended by the club after leaving without authorization for a trip to Saudi Arabia), as well as Neymar and Marco Verratti were targeted by insults shouted by these people on the streets of Paris.

Paris Saint-Germain coach Christophe Galtier was also insulted and targeted, while some calls for the resignation of PSG's president Nasser Al-Khelaifi were repeated and could also be heard loudly in front of the PSG headquarters.

On top of PSG's own official note, Neymar jumped on his personal social networks and discussed the situation.

Neymar, out for the remainder of the season after suffering his nth ankle injury earlier this year, liked a publication on Instagram from the Brazilian media TNT showing him and Lionel Messi wearing the jersey of Barcelona. The publication included a caption saying "They were VERY happy at the time!" which irked some fans of PSG who surely read between the lines of Neymar's actions.

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Neymar published his own message on an IG story, writing "Don't let people put you in their storm, put them in your peace." Without any way to redeem himself on the pitch until the next season, that's the only way Neymar could vent about what was going on the streets of Paris and in front of his posh house in the French capital.