PSG players who sang ‘Pad lip song’ to opposing fans… 4 players, including Dembele, suspended for 1 game

There is no room for excuses.

British media ‘BBC’ reported on the 6th (Korean time), ‘PSG’s Ousmane Dembele, Colomoani, Kurzawa and Hakimi were suspended for one game for shouting insulting slogans (towards Marseille fans).’ It was reported.

The French Ligue 1 (LFP) disciplinary committee took the action after players were filmed singing an offensive song to Marseille fans following PSG’s 4-0 win over Marseille on September 24.

France internationals Dembele, Mouani and Kurzawa, along with Morocco defender Hakimi, apologized for their actions on Sunday, saying they were “overwhelmed with the euphoria of victory”.

They said: “We are keenly aware of the impact our actions and words have on the public, especially young fans who dream of attending a football game. Going forward, we will make every effort to further respect our duty to lead by example.”

Initially, the disciplinary action was for two games without spectators, but one of them was suspended.

PSG described it as “excessive”, but he added that he had no plans to appeal. “The club plans to continue its efforts to change mindsets together with those fighting discrimination.”

Due to this incident, Dembele is expected to receive more criticism locally. Spanish media ‘Sport’ said on the 17th (Korean time), ‘No one doubts Ousmane Dembele’s technical qualities, but his first few games at PSG are starting to make some in Paris impatient. ‘He, who has already shown his ups and downs at 토토사이트Barça, was one of the players pointed out by the French media in PSG’s 3-2 loss to Nice.’

He is not able to show his true value even in Paris. He played 420 minutes on the pitch out of the six games Paris played in Ligue 1, but provided only one assist. In his most recent match, against Newcastle, he once again showed one of his weaknesses.

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