The French Football League decided to punish four players for chanting offensive chants against Marseille after the two teams met last September.
The matter concerns the star Achraf Hakimi, Randall Kolo Mwani, Ousmane Dembélé, and Lavin Kurzawa.
During Saint-Germain’s match against its host Marseille (4-0) in the sixth round of the French League on September 24, Paris Saint-Germain fans were heard celebrating their team’s victory, chanting hostile chants directed at Marseille.
The French sports newspaper L’Equipe reported that players from Paris Saint-Germain also participated in the offensive chants.
The French League’s Disciplinary Committee summoned Achraf Hakimi, Randall Kolo Mwani, Ousmane Dembélé, and Lavin Kurzawa to provide explanations for what happened in the stands and the insults directed at Marseille.
Radio Monte Carlo said that the committee decided to suspend the aforementioned quartet for one match, suspended.
As for the chants that came out of the “Auteuil” stadium in the “Princes Park” stadium, which carried anti-gay abuse, they resulted in the stadium being closed for two matches, one of which was suspended.
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