Osasuna’s Manager Condemns Fans Horrible Mason Greenwood ‘Die’ Chants As He Calls On LaLiga To Tackle All Disgusting Fans Songs Against Players

Written by Olaleye Oluwadamilola

Following their 3-2 loss at the weekend, Osasuna are facing disciplinary action from LaLiga after fans chanted ‘Greenwood die’ at Mason Greenwood during their match as their manager Jagoba Arrasate called on the league body to properly address taunts aimed at his side.

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Greenwood made his return to football after 20 months during Getafe’s 3-2 win against Osasuna on Sunday after completing a season long loan from Manchester United.

Greenwood’s last match came for Man United against West Ham in January 2022, shortly before he was suspended by the club following his arrest on charges of attempted rape and assault.

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Chants of ‘Greenwood die’ rained down from Osasuna supporters during their match against Getafe, as the forward was introduced as a late substitute after he forced an 86th-minute corner from which Nemanja Maksimovic headed in the winner.

The Athletic reported post-match that LaLiga will open a ‘legal and disciplinary process’ over the chants to Greenwood although Osasuna boss Arrasate condemned the chants aimed at Greenwood post-match as he insisted that Getafe fans chanting ‘f*** Osasuna’ should also be under the spotlight.

“The chants of ‘f*** Osasuna’ were very bad and the chants against Greenwood were very bad too, he is a player who, in the end, the justice system had its say and in the end it will be very good for Getafe.”

“But if we talk about chants, we should talk about all the chants, not just some.”


Spanish Football Association (RFEF) members are set to sue the 39 players that have refused to return to the squad, according to reports from Spain with the association embroiled in the ‘kiss-gate’ scandal that has dominated Spanish football over the last month, the Women’s World Cup winning squad were joined by a further 16 players signing a statement that they will not return unless changes are made.

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Their statement which two players ultimately opted out of called for changes to be made by the RFEF as the squad did not ‘feel safe’ or ‘respected’ by the La Roja set-up and ow, RFEF executives are believed to be filing a complaint in response against the players, accusing them of defamation and coercion.

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