An unbelievable sight unfolded on the Italian stage where Kim Min-jae roamed. Some strong fans called Ultras were caught talking to the AC Milan team, including coach Stefano Pioli, and the players standing upright nodding their heads and listening.
A situation like this, which is not often seen in the football world, occurred on the 14th (Korean time) after Milan suffered a shock defeat 0-2 in a Serie A away match against 17th placed Spezia. With the defeat on the day, Milan remained in 5th place, outside the European Champions League qualifiers. With three games left, the difference between Milan with 61 points and Lazio (65 points) in 4th place widened to 4 points.
Milan shocked Inter Milan 0-2 in the first leg of the European Champions League semi-final during the week. The players who showed lethargy even in the game against Spezia could not avoid ‘conversation with the fans’. The ultras of Italian clubs, including Kim Min-jae’s team Napoli, are notorious for their roughness.
The scene revealed through the video appeared to be reprimanding the players by the Ultras. Regarding this, Ultras claimed that it was ‘encouraging, not threatening’. The Italian newspaper ‘La Gazzetta dello Sport’ reported that the Ultras urged the coaches and players to ‘do their best until the end of the season’. After the conversation, the supporters applauded the Milan players, and the players responded with applause. Some players presented wearing uniforms.
According to British gossip ‘The Sun’, some soccer fans responded, “This is the relationship between the fans and the club”, “I like the idea. They seem to respect each other”, and “Players should remind themselves of who they are as fans.”카지노사이트
Milan will play the second leg of the Champions League semi-final against Inter Milan on the 17th. The last time Milan reached the Champions League final was in 2007. The next day, Milan fans gathered in front of Milanello, the training ground, and sang a cheering song. How will the players react to the upcoming match against Inter Milan?