The famous columnist of RMC does not understand that the supporters of the PSG bitch against the change of music at the Park.
A small revolution occurred at the Parc des Princes during the last home match played by Paris SG. As the two teams entered, the stadium sound system played a DJ Snake track instead of Phil Collins’ usual “Who Said I Would”. The faithful of the Ile-de-France team – or at least the oldest ones wanted to believe in a temporary bug. But this is not the case.
The club’s diversification director, Fabien Allègre, has just confirmed that there has been a change in musical strategy. We bet on modernity in terms of the tube supposed to accompany the players when they enter the lawn. And there is also the concern to showcase artists from the Ile-de-France region. Hence the choice of DJ Snake.
“The chounieries of old fans are worth nothing”
A good part of Parisian fans have therefore railed against this change. An attitude that surprised a certain Daniel Riolo. For the journalist of RMC Sport, nostalgia in this area is irrelevant. “It is because PSG has become a world club that it is doing that,” he wrote on the Twitter account. The more Supp we earn, the more we want to earn and the more we change history … globalized marketing strategy. Djsnake is a World artist. It pays off. The chouineries of old supporters are worthless. “
And to those who objected to him that OM and RC Lens have remained true to their history by preserving musical pieces through the ages, Riolo replied: “No OM supporter would listen to Van Halen at home. , not a supporter of Lens is going to do without a Pierre Bachelet album… it’s just bits of history. To respect… “
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