Upset Polish fans broke into their club’s stadium and left coffins for each player

Angry fans and impromptu protests are all the rage this Major League Soccer offseason. Being the relative neophites we supposedly are (but actually aren’t) here in the United States, we can take a few notes on how to send a strong message from fellow supporters around the world.

Bear witness to the work of the pissed off fans of Zawisza Bydgoszcz. The Polish first division club is dead last in the league, so bad that it’s eight points behind the next worst team. They haven’t won in 10 matches, and it lost a friendly to a second division team this weekend.

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That night, supporters broke into the club’s home stadium and placed 15 wooden coffins on the field to show their disapproval. Leaving no room for misinterpretation, each coffin featured the initials of a Zawisza Bydgoszcz player, drawn onto genitals, with one specially reserved for the club’s owner.

Probably could have just left a Yelp review, but this works.