“I do not know what Barça did… so I thank Actual Madrid”
Zeljko Obradovic, legendary Partizán coach, acknowledged yesterday the prevalence of Actual Madrid and commented that it had been a “troublesome week” after dealing with Barcelona and Madrid and that for a lot of minutes they performed as “” them. “It has been a troublesome week after dealing with Barcelona and Actual Madrid, two agency candidates to play within the Closing 4. As well as, our solely heart, Alen Smailagic, was injured within the final sport and may have six extra weeks”.
Obradovic boasted of his followers after the displacement of some 2 hundred Serbian followers. “We’re very grateful to the followers as a result of virtually 20,000 attend every sport at our stadium. It’s a supply of delight for us and the workforce tries to do all the pieces, ”he mentioned. He was additionally effectively obtained by the Madrid followers: “They all the time obtain me like this. I’m proud to have been a Actual Madrid coach on the age of 34, an necessary expertise as a coach and as an individual”.
This presence of Serbian followers within the stands got here two days after the issues they’d on the Palau Braugana, when greater than 250 had been unable to entry the Barça-Partizán on Tuesday. Obradovic took benefit of the event to recollect what had occurred in Barcelona: “I feel that environments like right this moment’s are particular. The opposite day in Barcelona too… however I do not know what occurred there. Individuals who had purchased the tickets and aircraft tickets 4 months in the past, who had all the pieces prepared… they usually couldn’t enter the sport. So I need to thank Actual Madrid for all the pieces for all the pieces he has achieved tonight. There was an incredible environment, the followers loved lots”.
Partizán followers chanted towards Barça throughout yesterday’s match in Madrideven though the Barça membership has alleged “safety issues” and guaranteed that they’d “cancelled and reimbursed” these 250 tickets that had been taken “in areas occupied by native followers.”