According to sources, world leaders are also supporters of football clubs across the globe with famous Russian president a fan of Zenit Saint Petersburg. The 69 old leader has displayed his love for the Russian premier league club as he has been spotted around the team in occasions. On the other hand, French president Emmanuel Macron is said to be lover of ligue 1 side Olympique Marseille as he is a strong follower of club activities in France.
In other words, World leaders also take their time to enjoy the games we often enjoy. However a number of them put the teams they support secret to avoid being seen as discriminators, they are often expected to be neutral. Thus according to Daily star below are famous world leaders with there respective teams they support.
1. Vladimir Putin (Zenit)
2. Queen Elizabeth (Arsenal)
3. Kim Jong Un (Manchester United)
4. Olaf Scholz (Hamburger)
5. Emmanuel Macron (Marseille)
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