Red Star director verbally attacks and threatens Partizan delegation; Scandal at Superliga meeting
The Red Star general director verbally attacked the representatives of Partizan and threatened to physically deal with them
At a regular session of the association of member-clubs of Serbia's top football competition, the Superliga, a scandal occured as Red Star's Zvezdan Terzic and the Partizan delegation, represented by General Director Milos Vazura, got into an altercation.
During the session the issue of a rule limiting the number of foreigner players in Serbia was also raised, that saw Partizan block the initiative of Red Start to allow eight, which is as many as Red Star currently has, instead of the currently allowed four players.
Terzic didn't like that, so he attacked Vazura and made threats against both Vucelic and Vuletic, other top Partizan officials.
"I will f**k your mother, you will pay for all this, I will smash you, I am not your Sale Mutavi and Velja Nevolja," Terzic said to Vazura, alluding to a video of an attack against Vazura by the now-deceased leader of Partizan supporters Aleksandar "Mutavi" Stankovic, and by Veljko "Nevolja" Belivuk.
(The video of that attack:)
Before today's session Red Star started lobbying in favor of abolishing the rule restricting the number of foreigners, by sending a letter to all Superliga clubs.
The same letter was sent to Partizan, who blocked the initiative at the meeting, stressing that Red Star's idea was to detrimental to Serbian children.
Video: Terzic: Partizan is poisoning people about Red Star being the favorite of the state
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