The soap opera has ended. After the position of the artist DJ Snake on his social networks, the PSG finally rehabilitated the piece of Phil Collins for the entry of the players to the Parc des Princes. “Faced with the emotion aroused by the change in the input music of the players, Phil Collins returns to the Park on Sunday, posted the club on his twitter account on Friday. At the same time, discussions continue with many artists to strengthen our identity with an ambitious, contemporary and Parisian sound. The return of the mythical "Who Said I Would" by Phil Collins is therefore confirmed for the arrival of Lyon, this Sunday evening (8:45 pm) at the Parc des Princes.
Everyone's will was to put an end to this nascent imbroglio between DJ Snake, one of the most famous international PSG fans, and his club at heart. The composer wrote on Twitter and Instagram on Monday evening: “I provided sound for Messi's presentation video. Like you, I discovered that we made an intro music for the input of players when it does not lend itself to it. I didn't mean to harm the club by speaking out on this subject, but I cannot accept this situation as a supporter and you know the love I have for our colors. "
As in the first home match of the season, against Strasbourg (4-2), on August 14, it is a song by DJ Snake which was broadcast for the entry of the teams on Saturday, against Clermont (4-0) . A choice that PSG claimed to have made after having exchanged with several groups of supporters including members of the Collective Ultras Paris. However, in a statement withdrawn since, the office of the CUP specified Monday evening to have never given its agreement for a change of music at the entry of the players. "
A petition had even been launched against the club's decision to remove the song of the singer from the group Genesis. "Let's not change the historic music of the entrance of our players!" May Phil Collins' Who said I would resonate again in the bays of the Parc des Princes! ", Could we read in the description of this petition which, this Tuesday evening, had nearly 2,900 signatories including the former Parisian defender Eric Rabesandratana, one of the" ex "most virulent on the subject. The supporters will therefore find their smile again.