This Saturday, April 09, for the shock of the Polish championship between Lech Poznan and the Legia Warsaw, the supporters of the visiting club wanted to hit hard.
In the context of the war in Ukraine, they deployed a tifo with the image of Vladimir Putin. The head of the Kremlin is not in a very advantageous position since he is drawn with a rope around his neck, a symbolic hanging which obviously struck people’s minds.
The Russian president is also decked out in the jersey of Spartak Moscow. A gesture with strong political connotations in a country, Poland, very hostile like all of Europe to the war led by Russia in Ukraine.
Moreover, this reference to the Moscow club also targets the opponent of the Legiathe Lech Poznan, which maintains friendly relations with the Spartak.
This banner was unfurled after the quarter-hour mark and was held up for five minutes before finally she not be removed.
Although political messages are rarely welcome in football stadiums, there is no doubt that the Polish Football Federation will not take any action against football fans. Legia.
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