“No to corruption” is a slogan used by supporters of the Sportive Association of the Royal Armed Forces (ASFAR) to express their dissatisfaction with the club’s technical and administrative situation.
Rabat – The Ultras Black Army ‘06, fans of the ASFAR football club, have worn yellow vests to protest corruption among the club’s board of directors.
ASFAR supporters gathered Saturday at the Maamoura Sports Center displaying a banner reading, “Legal Corruption, IT’S NO,” to say no to the legal corruption that they believe the club’s administration is pursuing.
The purpose of the fans’ protest is to make their voices to heard and to hold accountable and sack every corrupt official in the administration, posted the Ultras on their official Facebook page.
The group was inspired by France’s yellow vest protesters and swore to enter this war and emerge victorious no matter the consequences.
The Ultras have also called ASFAR fans to attend a derby match against Fath Union Sport (FUS) en masse and to engage in a sit-in after the match.
ASFAR is now under the command of the interim coach Mohcine Bouhlal after sacking Mohamed Fakhir and his technical staff. It cost MAD 1.8 million for ASFAR to break its contract with Fakhir.
In the rankings, ASFAR is at the bottom with 9 points, acquired through two wins, three ties, and 5 defeats. FUS ranks 8th with 13 points.