The president of Phu Tho fans spoke out about the controversial ‘paper rain’ on Viet Tri Stadium
Throwing paper rain when entering the game created a beautiful effect, what was unexpected was that it rained, so the amount of paper falling on the pitch had a non-smooth surface, so it was difficult to clean, causing a mess.
The clip captures the image of fans tossing toilet paper rolls to create “paper rain” on stand B of Viet Tri Stadium during the match between U23 Vietnam and U23 Philippines, which is controversial.
On MXH, there is a controversy about how to cheer “paper rain” on the stands of Viet Tri Stadium (Phu Tho) in the match between U23 Vietnam and U23 Philippines on the evening of May 8, 2022.
Across social networking groups, it is not difficult to come across articles about the act of cheering “paper rain” last night. In addition to sincere comments, there are also many people who use disparaging words, insulting the fans.
|After the “paper rain” one corner of the stadium was covered in white|
Talk to reporters InfonetMr. Vu Dinh Chien – President of Phu Tho Football Fan Association said: “VGS . Supporters Association(Vietnam Golden Star) was the team that brought the 3,000m2 flag to stand B, creating a very excited atmosphere on the field at that time.
They are also the ones who have prepared the toilet paper rolls to create the “paper flower rain”. In fact, this is a very common thing, in foreign tournaments they still use this form to cheer for their favorite matches.
The fan team has come from the South, spending a lot of money to prepare for that passionate cheer.
|Packs of toilet paper were brought into the field to prepare for the “yes 1-0-2” cheer.|
All that they do is worthy of recognition for making the image of the match on Phu Tho Stadium more radiant. What they have done is worthy of respect and makes the Phu Tho fan association very admirable. They are very professional!
The big tournament is now coming to Phu Tho, so local fans cannot have the same experience and effect as places with professional tournaments like Hai Phong and Nam Dinh.”
|The fan association and volunteers stayed to clean up after the match.|
Chien also said that after the end of the match, some fans along with the volunteer team stayed on the field to clean up raincoats and scattered paper on the field.
“What people didn’t expect was that it was raining, so the amount of paper that fell on the pitch had a non-smooth surface, so it was difficult to clean.” Chien said.
This morning (May 9), Mr. Chien and the Phu Tho fan team returned to the field to dry the giant flag leaves after experiencing the rain last night, to prepare for the promotion of the women’s football team on May 11. next.
Mr. Chien affirmed: “Currently, in general, the entire field has been cleaned, and there is no trash left in the stands. Dandelion leaves are drying on the yard. Maybe there is a little scrap of paper left on the pitch, but not much, the sun is up and it is wiped away because the action only takes place in a part of the stand B. The act of throwing paper rain is normal. When entering the match, it created a beautiful effect, at the end of the game, all relevant and responsible people stayed to clean up.”
The clip captures the whole scene of Viet Tri Stadium at noon on May 9 which is completely clean without any paper crowns, only large-sized flags are left drying on the field.
Chien also added: “Seagames 31 is being held in Phu Tho province, let’s work together to make the tournament a great success in all aspects, make a good impression to have the opportunity to attract many major tournaments to be held. Therefore, the good things we should promote, and the things that have not been, we are always ready to receive comments to solve better.”
Actual image of Viet Tri Stadium this afternoon.
Many netizens also gave their opinions before the “storm” of debate:
“In addition to blowing the trumpets, flares and crossing the fence, I support all forms of cheering that are popular in the world right now, including the paper throwing like last night… It’s hard to clean up”;
“Certainly there will be a lot of people protesting because of the impact on the environment…. but I personally support this unique and beautiful way of cheering, it’s expensive to play, but if you don’t want to spend money, don’t join for others to play!”;
“Learning from the previous game before many people commented, so they cheered in a foreign style, yesterday the fans on Viet Tri field did exactly that with the toss of paper besides they also sang and made waves. However, They couldn’t have foreseen that the rain would make the paper mushy after rolling. They stayed behind to help the janitors clean up.”
Photos, clips: NVCC, MXH
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