Inter Milan have announced that they will play their friendly against Dynamo Kyiv behind closed doors. This ban has prompted fans to accuse the club of being scared of football supporters protesting against club owners Suning. So, among other groundbreaking news in football today, fans are angry with Inter for locking them out.
The game will take place on Saturday at 6:30 PM local time at the U-Power Stadium in Monza.
And though the game will have a live broadcast on Sky Sport Italia, fans won’t be present at the arena.
Inter will permit no fans to enter the stadium to watch the match live from the stadium.
Football Today – Fans Are Angry with Inter for Locking Them Out
Inter have given no explanation, but it is not entirely surprising that they have locked fans out for this friendly.
After all, fans disrupted their game against Parma by chanting against President Steven Zhang and Inter owners Suning.
They even expressed their anger with striker Romelu Lukaku, who is bound for Chelsea on a football transfer.
Some fans waved Euro bills in the air, mocking the club’s cash shortages.
The reactions to their announcement on social media reflected this viewpoint that the fans have taken.
Numerous messages stated that Inter seemed scared of their own supporters.
Some other fans assured that the banners would make their way to the event regardless. They insisted that there would be “no escaping” the protest during the Serie A season opener next week.