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“Welcome to Hell Eto’o”: SEE How Antalyaspor Fans Displayed their Anger Against Samuel Eto’o (Photos)

On Sunday, April 15, 2018, while his team Konyaspor was moving on the side of Antalyaspor, the former club of Samuel Eto’o, the supporters of this club did not hide their anger against the Cameroonian who had decided to leave the club because the leaders had been unable to accept an increase in his salary that he claimed.

As the pictures of this 29th day of the Turkish Super League indicate, the former supporters of Samuel Eto’o Jr. offered him an unexpected surprise. Not only did they write on a banner  ”  Welcome to hell Eto’o    as if that were not enough, counterfeit banknotes on which the Cameroonian player was drawn were thrown at him and all over the lawn.

A way for these unhappy supporters to criticize Samuel Eto’o for his love of money. But instead of answering, Samuel Eto’o kept his calm and was content to collect the fake notes scattered on the lawn.

But it must be said that before the departure of Samuel Eto’o of Antalyaspor, the relations between the leaders and him were a little degraded. It all started with the decision to suspend Eto’o for suspicion of criticism against the club president. We remember that Eto’o had declared on social networks ”  maybe some people do not respect me because I’m black  “ 


For club leaders, the words of Samuel Eto’o were much criticism against President Ozturk. ” No player is above the interests of Antalyaspor. Everyone must know his place,   clarified President Ozturk.

After his contract was terminated with Antalyaspor, Antalyaspor’s all-time leading scorer with 44 goals in 77 matches, signed on 31 January 2018 for two and a half seasons with Konyaspor. This is the twelfth professional training he discovered at the age of 36, since 1997.


Photo credit: camfoot


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