MN: Curva Sud shower Castillejo and Tonali with songs of encouragement – the reasons

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan’s Curva Sud showered Samu Castillejo and Sandro Tonali with songs of encouragement ahead of tonight’s game at San Siro.

MilanNews writes how the Curva sang three special songs in the build up to the game during the warm-ups. The first for was for Castillejo, who thanked the fans by clapping them. The reason for this public support from the group was explained as follows: the player has never behaved badly and has never given anyone the opportunity to speak badly about him since he joined Milan.

The insults received on social media in the last few days following a failure to sell the Spaniard are not tolerable in the eyes of the Ultras, but as we reported he went off Twitter because he no longer uses it.

As for Sandro Tonali, it was a way to reciprocate the gesture made by the player to cut his salary in order to stay at Milan, a tangible sign of attachment to the Rossoneri shirt.

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Tags AC Milan Samu Castillejo Sandro Tonali


  1. Bravo Curva Sud
    No matter that we the fans want some better player then Samu he deserves our respect, and for Tonali as I said before he will be one of the greats of this game 🙂

  2. I personally love that. Even though I would like the club to upgrade Samu, he has always played his hearth out whenever he was on. He does not deserve the hate he is getting. Useful player at least. Any club that signs him at < 10M will have made a good business.

    1. “Samu has always played his hearth out whenever he was on. He does not deserve the hate he is getting.”


  3. Sometimes fans forget that player is also a human, that can be depressed if we speak badly all the time. Castillejo always gave his best, even it not enough for the fans. If he stay for this season, its not his fault. Respect for Curva Sud

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