Super League: Zidane and Real players booed by supporters in Cadiz

Real Madrid players and staff were scolded by supporters this Wednesday evening when they arrived in Cadiz for their match of the 32nd day of La Liga. The Madrid club are criticized for their involvement in the Super League.

As Zinedine Zidane stormed into the hotel, a man in the crowd shouted: “Rapiats!” This sums up the climate of tension around Real Madrid, whose president Florentino Pérez was the spearhead of the much contested Super League. The players and the staff of the Madrid club were thus insulted by supporters, upon their arrival in Cadiz for their match of the 32nd day of La Liga scheduled for Wednesday evening (10 p.m.).

As the players got off their bus, an individual shouted “esquiroles”. What can be translated as “traitors”, to denounce the fact that the club did not follow the movement of the English and Italian clubs, which withdrew Tuesday evening and Wednesday morning of the Super League.

Perez at the heart of critics

As reported by RMC Sport, Real Madrid, and more precisely Florentino Pérez, are concentrating criticism in Spain. The historic leader has not yet spoken since the stampede of the English clubs.

Its players must in any case win against Cadiz so as not to jeopardize its title chances. Before kick-off, Real are three points behind Atlético, still at the top of the standings. The threat comes from behind too, because Barça, with a game late, are only two lengths behind.

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