Not for them a letter, messageboard rant or call to a radio station, the Real Betis ultras wanted to deal with their issue face to face. So they turned up at training on Tuesday, climbed over a barrier, ignored the minimum wage security man and made their way to confront the boss and several senior players. The two groups talked. They had little option not to.
Many European clubs often have an unholy alliance with theirRead More »from Betis ultras go from support group to pressure group