Partizan Belgrade's Champions League aspirations were quashed on Tuesday night, as the Serbian SuperLiga title-holders suffered a shock 1-0 home defeat to Bulgarian side Ludogorets in their Third Round Qualifying tie.
The aggregate 3-1 loss to Bulgaria's reigning champions did not sit well with the home contingent, who chanted their displeasure at a team that was unable to deliver Champions League football proper for the third time in the club's history. When the squad moved closer to the fans in an attempt to quell their anger, a well-known Partizan ultra named Partizan Miloš Radisavljević Kimi climbed over the fence, walked calmly over to captain Marku Šćepoviću and removed his armband.
The player absolutely no sign of protesting, perhaps because he is usually vice captain and was temporarily filling the role anyway, but more likely because he knows an armband isn't the only appendage the feared ultra will remove if he protests. Amazingly, not a single steward or police man is brave enough to go near him during the whole emasculating episode.
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