The situation in Seville got out of hand. After the home defeat by Eindhoven (2-3), the hopes of qualifying for the Champions League were lost, while only a victory in France over Lance will the Andalusians continue in Europe as third through the Europa League.
The fans' anger was expressed in the face of general manager Carolina Ales, who was loudly booed as she left the stadium. The enraged crowd shouted “get out of here, we don't want you, you're leading us to destruction“, while he got very close to her and with the intervention of the security she was able to get into a car and leave, at the moment when fans were calling for the entire management to resign.
“They're not going to terrorize me,” was her response, while Sevilla president Pepe Castro tried to play down the tone. “We are all angry. As the people feel, so do we in the administration. But we have to calm down and work, there is no other way to react,” he said.
In addition to the disappointing run in Europe, Sevilla are also faltering in the league, where they are 15th with just 12 points having 2 wins, 6 draws and 5 losses.