The Paris Saint-Germain players, Ousmane Dembélé, Randal Kolo Muani, Achraf Hakimi and Layvin Kurzawasummoned by the LFP disciplinary commission French after the offensive chants in it PSG-Olympique Marseille, they apologized this Sunday, stating that he "sincerely regrets" his words.
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The last Sunday, The four PSG players were recorded singing an insulting chant against the Marseillais during the celebration of the 4-0 victory against the Auteuil tribune of the Parc des Princes Parisian.
"We sincerely regret some words we should not have said"they stated on their social networks (Instagram and X, ex-Twitter), and "we want to apologize".
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We are very aware of the impact of our gestures and our words on the public, especially the youngest ones who dream in front of a football match," they continued, and "in the future we will do everything to respect even more our duty of exemplarity," he wrote. Kolo Muani.
Besides, Homophobic chants could be heard during that match coming from fans Parisians in the Parc des Princes.
He club and its four players will testify at the next session of the LFP disciplinary commissionon Thursday, October 5, one day after the visit to Newcastle in the Champions League.
He PSG had shown his "condemns all forms of discrimination, especially homophobia"and remembered that this "It has no place in stadiums or in society".
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