Dembele, Hakimi, Kolo-Mouany and Kurzawa were summoned to a meeting of the Disciplinary Committee for their statements during the PSG-Marseille match

Representatives of the Paris club are invited to testify about the nature of the statements made by “certain players” and “certain fans”

Disciplinary Committee LFP, the governing body of professional club football in France, made a number of decisions at a meeting on September 27. One of them concerns club representatives Paris Saint-Germainin particular, football players Ousmane Dembele, Ashraf Hakimi, Randala Kolo-Muani And Levena Kurzawa.

Based on the reviewed reports from the delegates of the 6th round of Ligue 1 match between PSG and Marseille, the above-mentioned participants are invited to the committee meeting on October 5 to testify regarding the statements of “certain players” and “certain fans” of the Parisian club.

Let us remind you that in the above-mentioned match, the current champion of France won a crushing victory with a score of 4:0. Hakimi and Kolo-Muani scored in the first half.

In turn, a resonant event recently happened with the participation of Marseille fans. At their meeting with the leadership of the Provençal club, threats were made against the latter, as well as demands to resign. As a result, the club parted ways with head coach Marcelino and his staff, and also issued a tough communique about the inadmissibility of threats and “violent language.”

According to one version, the experienced Roberto Donadoni applied for the position of the new OM coach. However, in the end it was given to another Italian, Gennaro Gattuso.

Source: Sportarena

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