BADLY ENVIRONMENT IN VALENCIA-BARÇA
To Alcácer threw him a stock exchange of pipes from the terracing!
Published:22/10/2016 - 21:12h
Updated:22/10/2016 - 21:12h
The attitude of some fans of Valencia-FC Barcelona left to glimpse, before even that it began the party, that could give some violent act in the terracings. To Paco Alcácer threw him a stock exchange of pipes before the pitido initial
Neymar Jr Finish receiving a "botellazo" just after Leo Messi marked of penalti the goal of the victory in Mestalla (2-3), but the true is that an hour and average before, just when it went to begin the meeting between Valencia and FC Barcelona in Mestalla, Paco Alcácer also was assaulted with the launching of a stock exchange of pipes.
A fan that found very next to the bench of the FC Barcelona took advantage of for, when the Valencian forward was about to to seat, launch him a stock exchange of pipes that hit him in the breast. Paco Alcácer did a threaten of encararse and/or answer to the follower in question, but instead of this preferred "to happen" of the subject and seat in the bank.
One of his mates, Jeremy Mathieu, collected the stock exchange of pipes and gave it to him again to the fan in question, that finish remaining with face of circumstances when knowing to perfection that it had put in a garden, since the members of security attended quickly to the place of the facts.
Anyway, it seems clear that Paco Alcácer did not go at all very accepted in his return to Mestalla, after during the last days of the past summer abandoned the team ché after leaving clear his will to leave traspasado to the Barça. The fans of Valencia no forgive it to him, and from here that it have had a recibimiento so conflictive.
Simultaneously, it is clear that the president of the League Santander, Javier Thebes, will have to take drastic measures with Valencia CF by the launching of objects from the terracings. For the moment, it foresees some type of sanction and a possible closing of the stadium to the fans in some meeting.
Thank you By the detail, but am more than Tijuana!! pic.twitter.com/4ipxjyaesf— Paco Alcácer (@paco93aIcacer) 22 October 2016