manele and whiskey party for 14-year-olds from the 2007 group! EXCLUSIVE VIDEO


Several video images from the coach of the U15 football team of those from CSA Steaua arrived at the ProSport editorial office. Even though we are in the year 2021, parents are still allowed to get on the bus with alcohol and spend time with minors.

ProSport presents you the images that will outrage all of Romania! The pictures show how the children and their parents are in the camp, and behind the bus several parents spend alcohol. The pictures show a parent giving a bottle of whiskey to one of the children, of course everything happens at the pace of manele. Moreover, one of the parents was even prepared and got on the bus with a glass not to drink water, but to put whiskey and drink it in front of the children.

Dressed in the tracksuits of the Steaua Army Sports Club, the children have fun and sing with their parents, but also chant. One of the parents even has a favorite chant! “Snakes, yes!” it was heard several times on film, while one of the children was shaking his hand like a snake.

The totally uneducative video ends with a few children shouting with half a mouth: “Forța Steaua!”.

The 2007 group is the one that appears in the pictures. The coach of this group is Florin Neață. From our information, the images were recently filmed.

ProSport chose to blur the images to protect the juniors.

CSA, in the middle of a huge scandal!

CSA Steaua is in the middle of a scandal after used a “fake” player in the match against FCSB in the U17 group. The Army Club allegedly used a player in three matches in less than 24 hours, which is prohibited by the regulations. One of the matches was the one between FCSB and CSA Steaua from U17.

The team from Berceni won 1-0, then challenged the use of a player from CSA on the grounds that they played three matches in less than 24 hours. They challenged this on the ground, but the case was not analyzed by FRF after FCSB did not pay the court fee, and the case was rejected.


Source: Prosport by www.prosport.ro.

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