The Senegalese federation violently attacks the FFF and denounces “institutionalized harassment”.

In a caustic press release published late Thursday evening, the FSF takes up the cause of Senegalese international Paris Saint-Germain, who has been the target of criticism since last Saturday.

When ethics are based on hypotheses and dictation, individual freedom is endangeredThe Senegalese Football Federation (FSF) is not going with the back of the spoon in a press release issued late Thursday evening. Press release aimed at Idrissa Gueye, the PSG player who refused to play in Montpellier last Sunday as part of a day in the To play signs of the fight against homophobia, to support openly and massively. And to take a hard line on the French federation (FFF), which asked the African champions to justify themselves through their National Ethics Council. A letter that the FSF welcomes “with great surprise (and great concern at the treatment of certain players who are primarily of African descent, let’s be clear).»

Recall that Gana, 32, was part of the Paris group for this match of L1’s Day 37. In the best of health, however, he was not on the game sheet. Mauricio Pochettino spoke of “personal reasonsto discuss this crime and many sources were quick to point out that it was linked to religious beliefs, although the person concerned has not spoken out (yet?).

Are we really in this France that we have been told and told about in our schools, whose motto is liberty, fraternity and equality for all?

Senegalese Football Federation (FSF) press release

The FSF criticizes the illegality of the FFF’s approach and believes that its claim amounts to “to force the player to do what his free will prompts him to do“.”Are we really in this France that we have been told and told about in our schools, whose motto is liberty, fraternity and equality for all? How can a body claiming to promote ethics in football be based on speculation, approaching a person to urge them to speak up and even worse, sporting the jersey in LGBTQI+ colors to dispel that speculation to put an end to? ?‘ we ask ourselves, believing that ‘this is reminiscent of those practices from earlier times in the classrooms where the master or professor would punish the rebellious student, subjecting him to humiliation in front of his other classmates for the punishment as well as for the example of torture“.

The Senegalese FA essentially accuses the French authorities (and the media) of attacking their player without any evidence, and sees this as pure and simple characterized racism. “If anyone needs to clarify or make amends for their situation, it is not Idrissa Gana Guéye, but Mr. Patrice Anton of the National Ethics Council of the FFF, who is not content to look for smoke there veiled threats and discriminatory statements against a professional player, whose only fault therein insists that he has not played a league game, which, by the way, is the order of the day until further notice and only affects the relationship between him and his club‘ we continue, affirming a ‘solidarity“impeccable in the Paris area and”reserve the right to appeal to the relevant international bodies in the field of sport or human rights to stop what appears to be institutionalized harassment“. Mood…

The CUP with Gueye too

On the previous Thursday, it was the Collectif Ultras Paris that supported Gana Gueye, saying: “Exaggerated media allegations” in a statement and to remembereveryone is free to support the causes of their choice in any way that suits them“. The Senegalese president had also sided with the ex-Lillois, who is preparing to receive Metz on Saturday. In France, many voices were raised last Sunday in the Hérault to denounce this package and the PSG, who embarrassed by the situation seems unwilling to defend their player.

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