Fans of Mlada Boleslav can see the humorous side of a terrible summer thanks to a “SIGNING” tourist.

Málaga, a Spanish football club that reached the Champions League quarterfinals ten years ago, is currently playing in the Primera Federación. Despite their success, the club's supporters have found humor in their demise. A viral video shows Málaga supporters singing and chanting to a traveler at the airport, surprising the unaware traveler.

Javier Saviola.

Málaga made it to the quarterfinals of the Champions League little over ten years ago.

At La Rosaleda, big-name performers included Ruud van Nistelrooy, Javier Saviola, and Julia Baptista as the club had an unparalleled degree of success.

However, the Albiceleste have subsequently dropped in the standings.

Ten years after their illustrious journey to the quarterfinals of the Champions League, Málaga is currently playing in the Primera Federación, the third division of Spanish football.

However, the club’s supporters have recovered their sense of humor about their demise.

Málaga supporters decided to lighten the gloom in southern Spain by hospitably receiving an arbitrary traveler at the city’s airport after failing to add any new players this summer.

A video that has gone viral online this week shows dozens of Málaga supporters singing and chanting upon a visitor’s arrival at the Málaga-Costa Del Sol airport, much to the surprise of the unaware traveler.

Málaga performance and stats


Manager: Sergio Pellicer García
Top 3 Scorers
This season

It will be Málaga ended the league in the 19th position with 44 points.

In the last 42 games, it has won 10 times, drawn 14 times, and lost 18 times. In its last match, Málaga drawn 1-1 against UD Ibiza.​​

It has a negative goal difference after scoring 37 goals and conceding 44.​

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