PSG ultras detained on border by German police
PSG supporters' group Collectif Ultras has complained about their treatment by the German authorities ahead of the match against Borussia Dortmund.
Paris Saint-Germain fans have complained after being stopped by German police at the border with France while travelling to the Champions League match against Borussia Dortmund. According to Le Parisien, 3,300 PSG fans have been refused entry into Germany just hours before kick-off at the Signal Iduna Park.
PSG fans "treated like dogs"
“After being detained for five hours by the German police, in unacceptable conditions, being treated like dogs, we are going to Dortmund,” a member of the Collectif Ultras supporters’ group wrote on social media. PSG also raised concerns about the treatment of the club’s fans by the German authorities, describing the security checks carried out as “disproportionate.”
The Ligue 1 side took the measure of sending an email to all travelling fans asking them to behave impeccably inside the stadium and around Dortmund after UEFA threatened the club with sanctions following incidents involving away PSG supporters during the group stage.
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