Ultras Green Eagles group announce dissolution
The Ultras Green Eagles group, supporting Egyptian side Al Masry, have published an official statement to announce their dissolution.
“We have written the name Green Eagles in history with our blood and made glory with decisions and positions that the members of the group should be proud of over the past 9 years,” the Ultras group announced in their official statement.
“And we have suffered a lot of difficulties and we have been very responsible and without exaggerating our power, we realize how difficult this decision is but you have to understand that the group is merely an organizational tool for the great Al Masry fans.
“And our love and support for the club will never end, as well as our fight for justice as these are the principles of the people of Port Said and without them we wouldn’t have created this entity.
“We are a small part of the fans whose only goal is to support the team and raise its flag up high and stand against anyone trying to harm the club and this is what all the supporters believe in, in our presence or even before us.
“Port Said is the symbol of patriotism and struggle and we will never stand against the country’s interests or the security of its people. So to avoid exploiting it for any other purposes we announce our dissolution. We hope to remain in the hearts and minds of the people of Port Said in particular and everyone who follows the movement.” they concluded.
Egyptian fans have not been allowed in any domestic games since the Port Said massacre in 2012, when 74 Al Ahly fans were killed following their game against Al Masry. Since then many Ultras groups have had issues with the Egyptian government which saw many of their members get imprisoned.
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