Video: Red Star Belgrade Ultras Damage Players' Cars After Shampoo Complaints
Pro tip for footballers in Serbia: No matter how bad your situation becomes, never—but never—complain about the shampoo. Unless, that is, you fancy a cost-free car wash.
Hardcore fans of Red Star Belgrade on Tuesday took a creative angle in showing displeasure with the club's players, breaking windshields in the Red Star parking lot and tossing shampoo bottles inside the vandalized cars.
Shampoo? The Associated Press explains (via the Huffington Post):
The incidents in the Red Star stadium parking lot on Tuesday came a day after the players issued an open letter claiming Serbia's most popular club is facing an "alarming" financial situation amid bickering within its leadership.
The players said they have to train on poorly maintained fields in the largest stadium in the Balkans, and they even lack shampoo in the dressing room.
Give the supporters credit for creativity, if nothing else. Complain about shampoo? They'll give you shampoo!
Video footage showing some of the damage can be seen in the clip above.
Red Star, you might recall, won the European Cup in 1991. This season, however, the team is struggling in the Serbian SuperLiga following last year's second-place finish.
But while it's tough to see a former European giant facing such difficulties, it's nice to know their players can at least take the field with good hair next time out.
Or did the ultras forget to lob in the conditioner as well?
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