The Phil Collins song that sounded at the entrance of the Paris Saint-Germain players returns to the Parc des Princes, the club announced on Friday, following protests among many fans over its suppression.
“Faced with the excitement aroused by the change in the players’ entrance music, Phil Collins returns to the Park on Sunday,” PSG writes on his Twitter account.
The title “Who Said I Would”, which has been played in the Parc des Princes since the early 1990s, had been relegated to the start of the warm-up, on Saturday, before PSG’s victory against Clermont (4-0), in the fifth day of Ligue 1.
For the input of the players, the club had chosen to replace it with a song by the French DJ Snake, a well-known fan of the club in the capital.
The same French musician had declared on Monday on his social networks “not to accept this situation.”
«I made a sound for the presentation of Messi. And I’ve found it was put on as player intro music, when it doesn’t lend itself to it, ”DJ Snake explained on Instagram and Twitter.
This change led to many messages of disagreement on social media from PSG fans.
The Parisian team host Lyon on Sunday (7:00 p.m. GMT) in matchday six of Ligue 1. (AFP)