Neymar is gaining more enemies by the day in Paris. Many of his teammates refused to comment on the insults and banners directed to their still-teammate during the Ligue 1 opener and now a PSG legend, David Ginola, has given his thoughts on the matter.
"It's a huge disappointment to see those insults from fans because there's a thin line between love and hate. They are becoming more and more impatient because they were promised great things," Ginola told 'France Info'.
However, whilst Ginola shared their frustrations, he condemned the insults directed towards Neymar at the weekend. "The insults, the whistles... they were too much, it's inexcusable." However he prefaced that by saying: "At the end of the day, Neymar is to blame. He's a symbolic player here. When the supporters here Neymar say: 'My best memory as a footballer is when Barça came back against PSG' it was cruel and hurt every (PSG) supporter."
Ginola's message was clear: "If a player doesn't respect the club or its values, they should leave."