The French football team does not erase the rivalries between clubs. The poster of the portrait of Jonathan Clauss, defender of RC Lens, was tagged, during the night, in front of the Pierre-Mauroy stadium, in Villeneuve d’Ascq, in the North, where the France team must play, this Tuesday tonight against South Africa. The poster of each player of the France team had been installed the day before, to announce the friendly match.
Symbol of the rivalry that exists between certain supporters of the club of Lille and Lens, insulting messages were written on the poster. The Lensois defender who intends to honor this Tuesday evening, his 2nd selection for the France team, is therefore the new victim.
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The poster was finally completely covered with blue adhesive strips to hide the player’s image. It remains to be seen whether the Lensois defender will be taken aback by the Lille supporters during the meeting. On the BFM Lille channel, the president of the Hauts-de-France Football League, Cédric Bettremieux called on the public on Tuesday not to whistle Jonathan Clauss.