After attending the defeat of their team in Nantes (3-1) Sunday afternoon, the Toulouse supporters had the unpleasant surprise of coming across a tag in very bad taste in the toilets dedicated to visitor parking. On a photo relayed on Twitter, we can see a character falling down a staircase, accompanied by the words ” Watch out Bruce! ».
An inscription in reference to the death of Brice Taton, a supporter of the Violets who died in Belgrade on September 17, 2009. Pushed by Serbian hooligans during a brawl, the 28-year-old young man had fallen four meters down a staircase and had was seriously injured in the head and chest. He died on September 29, in a hospital in Belgrade (Serbia). A stadium stand has been named after him since 2009.
The TFC “appalled” by the insulting inscription
The TFC reacted after the meeting on social networks and said ” appalled by the tag. ” It is unacceptable to see this in a stadium or elsewhere “Writes the Toulouse club. Damien Comolli, president of the Haut-Garonne club, said he was ” scandalized by the despicable and lamentable message left for the attention of our supporters in parking lot “.
A few hours later, FC Nantes ” firmly condemned » the tag via a tweet posted on the club’s account, and “supported the family and loved ones of Brice Taton “. The club adds that it ” will do everything possible to find the author of this odious message “.