Spezia Calcio’s Ghanaian striker, Emmanuel Gyasi, was subject to boos and chants from home supporters during the team’s disappointing 2-0 defeat against Monza in Round 32 of the Italian Serie A campaign.
Gyasi, who also captains the team, struggled to make an impact during the game, and the Monza players capitalized on Spezia Calcio’s poor performance to secure a comfortable win with goals from Patrick Ciurria and Carlos Augusto.
Towards the end of the match, the home supporters voiced their frustration with Gyasi and Ukrainian midfielder Kovalenko by chanting “get your balls out,” with other players who failed to deliver also receiving similar chants.
The team is currently in a precarious position in the league, sitting just one point above the relegation zone. The Spezia Calcio players must reflect on their performance and put in a better showing in the next game to avoid relegation.
For the most part, the Spezia Calcio fans are passionate about their team and want them to succeed. However, they also have high expectations, and when players fail to meet those expectations, they express their disappointment.
It is now up to Gyasi and his teammates to turn their season around, and deliver the results that will keep the club in the Serie A. With just six games left to play, every match is crucial, and the players must be at their best if they are to avoid the drop to Serie B.
Source: Ghana Guardian