PSG: A Rohff punchline still in the spotlight!
The love story between Rohff and the Ultras of Paris Saint Germain continues in the stands of the Parc des Princes. This time it is to pay tribute to Clément, a supporter of Olympique de Marseille who recently died in a tragic traffic accident.
During the closing match of the 8th day of Ligue 1 between Marseille and Lens, the Stade Vélodrome paid a vibrant tribute to this OM fan, a member of the Fanatics support group who died of an accident on the occasion travel to Angers. The Parisian supporters put aside the rivalries between the two clubs to also pay him a beautiful tribute inspired by Rohff this Friday evening on the occasion of the match between PSG and Angers.
Housni inspires this magnificent tribute
The Ultras Parisiens displayed in the stadium a huge banner with the inscription, “We do not insult a dead man, whether he is good or bad, in my camp or in yours, let him rest in peace. RIP Clement ”. A message in reference to the text of Rohff in the title “Regretté” taken from the album “Beyond my limits” published in 2005 with the lyrics “We do not insult a dead person whether he is good or bad. In my camp or in yours may they rest in peace ”.
Last September, PSG supporters had already set up a banner with a Housni punchline, “If I come hooded, will you recognize me?” “. A sentence taken from his piece “L’oeil du tigre” in collaboration with Lino. “I have 100,000 punch, you picked that one LOL bunch of phew.” Respect! “ Rohff reacted to this dedication of the Ultras.
We don’t insult a dead man
Whether it is good or bad
In my camp or in yours
May he rest in peace
RIP Clement pic.twitter.com/5hgzMAAq5G
– François Denat (@francoisdenat) October 15, 2021